Bell 206, JetRanger, LongRanger

The Bell 206 is a family of two-bladed, single- or twin-engined helicopters, manufactured by Bell Helicopter at its Mirabel, Quebec plant. Originally developed for the United States Army. Bell redesigned the airframe and successfully marketed the aircraft commercially as the five-place Bell 206A JetRanger. The JetRanger may be used for news media, traffic and news reporting, air ambulance and corporate transportation.

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Bell 204/205

Originally designed for military, the Bell 204 and 205 are the civilian versions of the UH-1.

The Bell 204 was one of the first aircraft powered by a turboshaft, providing lower fuel consumption and maintenance and operating costs. The Bell 205 is longer and larger than the Bell 204, providing better performance with a more powerful engine.

The Bell 204/205 are used for crop dusting, cargo lifting and aerial firefighting.

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Bell 206B s/n 1233

Bell 206B helicopter s/n 1233 operated as C-GTPG in Northern Ontario, as part of a hardworking fleet.  Used for forestry, mining exploration, agriculture and possibly even as an Air Medivac, this hardworking aircraft enhanced and saved lives.  Damaged while crop spraying near Big Nickel Mine in Sudbury, ON., we chose to save parts and enhanced the life of this aircraft.

Bell 407

The Bell 407 is a four-blade helicopter derived from the Bell 206L-4 LongRanger.

Development of the new model began in 1993, and was announced at the Heli-Expo in Las Vegas in 1995.  The first production model was flown November 10, 1995.

The blades on the Bell 407 are made with a composite composition and are without life limits.  This allows for better performance and a more comfortable ride.

Full production of the Bell 407 began in 1996 in Mirabel, Quebec.

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Bell OH-58 Kiowa

The OH-58 Kiowa was manufactured for the United States Army based on the Bell 206A JetRanger, and was used continuously from 1969 to 2017.  Originally it was intended to be used for attack, cavalry and artillery roles, however it was only approved for field artillery observation.

The first OH-58 Kiowa was revised by Major General John Norton in May 1969, two months later they were arriving in Vietnam.

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