Bell 407


Introduced in 1995, the Bell 407 is a four-blade, single-engine, civil utility helicopter; ; a derivative of the Bell 206L-3 LongRanger. The blades and hub use composite construction, and provide better performance and a more comfortable ride. It is frequently used for corporate and offshore transport, as an air ambulance, law enforcement, electronic news gathering and movie making.

The Bell 407’s cabin seats up to 6 passengers in wide-open, club-passenger seating and can be reconfigured to accommodate any number of tasks and payloads. The Bell 407 also provides a very quiet and smooth ride in virtually all weather conditions.

Exterior

  • Exterior Height: 11 ft 8 in
  • Wing Span: 35 ft 0 in
  • Length: 41 ft 8 in
  • External Baggage: 20 cu ft

Interior

  • Cabin Volume: 84 cu ft
  • Internal Baggage: 3 cu ft

Occupancy

  • Crew: 1
  • Passengers: 5

Operating Weights

  • Max T/O Weight: 5250 Lb
  • Operating Weight: 3252 Lb
  • Empty Weight: 2668 Lb
  • Fuel Capacity: 856 Lb
  • Payload W/Full Fuel: 1142 Lb
  • Max Payload: 1998 Lb

Range

  • Service Ceiling: 18690 ft

Performance

  • Rate of Climb: 1850 fpm
  • Max Speed: 140 kts
  • Economy Cruise: 120 kts
  • Cost per Hour: $ 741.02

Power Plant

  • Engines: 1
  • Engine Mfg: Rolls Royce
  • Engine Model: 250-C47B