Bell 407 – 2002

(1 customer review)

Type: Bell 407
Year: 2002
TTSN: 650 hrs
REF NO: B407 – 1160

SKU: B407 – 1160 Categories: , ,


BELL 407 – 2002

  • TTSN: 650 hrs
  • Corporate Configuration
  • AFS Inlet Barrier Filter
  • Auxiliary Fuel Tanks
  • High Skids
  • Intercom Expansion Kit
  • Pre-flight Step Handles
  • Folding MX Steps
  • Crew Door Opener Kit
  • Pax Door Opener Kit
  • Baggage and Floor Protectors
  • Deluxe Slope Control Kit
  • Sliding Windows
  • Autopilot
  • Garmin 530 GPS/Comm
  • Garmin 430 GPS/Comm
  • SL70 Transponder
  • Stormscope WX-500
  • SkyWatch TRC 497
  • Radar Alt KI250
  • Shadin Miniflo
  • Sandel HSI
  • ELT 406
  • Force Trim
  • Dual Controls
  • Air Conditioning
In 1993, Bell began the development of a new light Aircraft to replacer its Model 206 series. The program resulted in the 407, a development of Bell’s LongRanger. Bell modified a 206L-3 LongRanger to serve as a 407 demonstrator. The demonstrator used hardware for the 407… and added moulded fairings to represent the wider fuselage. The demonstrator was first flown in April 1994. The first 407 prototype accomplished its maiden flight in June 1995. The second prototype followed in July 1995. After a short development program, the first production 407 flew in November 1995. Transport Canada granted certification for the 407 on February 9, 1996. The FAA certification followed shortly after on February 23 1996.
The Bell 407 features a four-blade main rotor. In addition, the blades and hub use composite construction without life limits. Hence this provides better performance and a more comfortable ride. The 407’s fuselage is 8 inches wider… therefore increasing internal cabin space. Additionally included are 35% larger main cabin windows. Not only is the Rolls-Royce/Allison 250-C47 turboshaft engine powerful.. but also allows an increase in Maximum Take-off Weight. Hence it improves performance at hotter temperatures and higher altitudes. The air-frame is similar to the LongRanger. Also included is a carbon fibre composite tail-boom. The helicopter has standard seating for two crew and also five cabin seats.
BELL 407 – 2002
The Bell 407 is a civil utility helicopter. Moreover it integrates reliability and speed, performance and manoeuvrability. It also includes a cabin configuration for an array of missions and payloads. The engine delivers not only exceptional hot & high performance… but also has the ability to cruise at 140 259 km/hr. The Bell 407 also provides a very quiet and smooth ride in all weather conditions.

1 review for Bell 407 – 2002

  1. pc

    This machine has really low airframe hours for the year. This is a Gem.

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