1998 Bell 407
This aircraft has accumulate a total of 3966 hours and has had a fresh engine overhaul. The interior is grey leather and the seats are set up in a VIP configuration.
The Bell 407 is a single-engine, four-blade, civil utility helicopter developed in the United States of America. The blades and hub use composite construction without life limits, and provide better performance and a more comfortable ride.
The more powerful Rolls-Royce/Allison 250-C47 turboshaft allows an increase in Maximum Takeoff Weight and improves performance at hotter temperatures and/or higher altitudes.
*Aircraft specifications are courtesy of Wikipedia.
Avionics and Equipment
- Transponder – KT76
- GPS – KLN89
- OMNI (with CDI)
- VHF – KY196
- KMA 24H Bendix King Audio Panel
- KR87 Bendix King ADF
- Encoding Altimeter
- Flight Instruments
- Emergency Locator Transmitter
- KX155 Comm/Nav Transceiver
- Auxiliary Fuel Tank
- Cargo hook provision
- Emergency Flotation Gear (provision)
- Rotor Brake
- Particle Separator
- VHF/ADF provisions
- ADF Equipment KR87
- 28 amp/Hour Lead Acid Battery – RG 407
- Dual Controls
- Sliding Window
- High Skid Gear
- 7 x David Clark Headsets
|Hours||3967 (Total Airframe Hours)|
|Exterior Colour||Yellow with silver decals|
|Interior Colour||Grey leather|
|Price||Price on Request|