BELL 206L Aircraft For Sale
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Bell 206L I/C30P Aircraft Information
The Bell 206 Series features single or twin engine, two bladed helicopters. The 206 was originally developed for use by the United States Army's Light Observation Helicopter course and was first named the Bell YOH-4. After the helicopter was turned away from the program, Bell remodeled the aircraft for public sale.
Renamed the Bell 206A JetRanger, the aircraft seats five including the pilot and is powered by an Allison 250-C18 turboshaft engine. It was later adopted by the US Army and renamed the Bell OH-58 Kiowa. Later redesigns included a reverse modified version called the Bell 206A-1, the Bell 206B with an upgraded 250-C20 engine, the Bell 206B II and Bell 206B III that feature an added 2 inches to the tail rotor and a 250-C20J engine.
Further modifications made to the model produced the seven seat, single engine LongRanger. The Bell 206L started the line of stretched aircraft. It is powered by an Allison 250-C20B. The higher powered model, the Bell 206L-1 (LongRanger II), uses a 250-C28 engine while the Bell 206L-3 (LongRanger III) and the Bell 206L-4 (LongRanger IV, Bell 206L I/C30P) features a 250-C30P engine and the 206L-4 has an upgraded transmission.
A twin engine model of the LongRanger was first developed by Tridair Helicopters, the Gemini ST. The Gemini is certified to operate, through all phases of flight, as a single or twin engine aircraft. The Bell equivalent to the Gemini is the Bell 206 LT (TwinRanger). It is based on the 206-4 model of LongRangers and was later replaced by the Bell 427. The last two models in the civil line of the 206 are the Bell 407 that features a four blade rotor, and the Bell 417 which was meant to be an upgrade of the 407 but never made it to production phases. Other variations were made but were only licensed in Italy. These models include the Agusta Bell 206A, the Agusta Bell 206B, the Agusta Bell 206L, and the Agusta Bell 206B-3.
Military variations of this line include the Bell 206AS, the Bell CH-139 JetRanger, the OH-58 Kiowa, the TH-57A, the 206L TexasRanger, the TH-57B, the TH-57C, the TH-57D, and the TH-67 Creek.
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