BASE PRICE: $ 3,040,000
The four-blade, single-engine Bell 407 is a derivative of the legendary 1960’s era Bell 206 Long Ranger. Combining the Four-blade rotor architecture of its military derivative the OH-58D (Kiowa Warrior) and an 8-inch wider fuselage.
The Bell 407 completed its first flight on June 29, 1995, with full certification achieved in February 1996. The bell 407 is renowned for its exceptional hot & high-performance capabilities. It is also certified for IFR operation.
The latest Bell 407GXi version is powered by a single FADEC controlled Rolls-Royce 250-C47E/4 engine and features the latest generation Garmin G1000H NXI integrated avionics. This flight deck update brings significant capabilities and advanced features such as wireless cockpit connectivity, enhanced situational awareness with SurfaceWatch, map overlay on the HSI, and more.
|Max Endurance||4 Hrs|
|Maximum Cruise Speed||125 kts|
|Economy Cruise Speed||104 kts|
|Service Ceiling||20,000 ft|
|Hover IGE Ceiling||13,550 ft|
|Hover OGE Ceiling||11,940 ft|
* Std Max GW, ISA, Std. fuel – no reserve, at sea level
|Maximum Takeoff||5,250 lbs|
|Basic Operating||2,700 lbs|
|Usable Fuel||2,508 lbs|
|Maximum Payload||2,550 lbs|
|Number of Engines||1|
|Takeoff Power||862 shp|
|Max Continuous Power||761 shp|
The 407’s spacious cabin seats up to five passengers in wide-open club-passenger seating and can be reconfigured to accommodate any number of tasks and payloads.
An Executive Seating and interior trim are available, consisting of five ‘overstuffed style’ seats, arranged with two extra-wide forward-facing outboard seats and a middle seat for occasional use across the rear of the cabin and two individual rearward facing seats aft of the cockpit. This version comes with executive soundproofing, which highly reduces the interior noise level.