Meet the new king of business utility helicopters


Bell Helicopter unveiled its new 429 helicopter model on Tuesday. There are many things I like about this machine, but what strikes me most about it is the way its designers have gone so far beyond the usual utility of a business or executive helicopter. This is a machine that can go almost anywhere and do almost anything.

Bell Helicopter has been around since 1935 and is currently owned by Textron Inc., a Fortune 500 company based in Providence, R.I. Bell Helicopter’s products include the military V-22 Osprey and the civilian 407, which was introduced in 1995. The new 429 will replace the 407 in Bell’s lineup, although the 407 will continue to be built for a few more years.

The 429 has two engines instead of one, which means it can carry more weight and fly higher than its predecessor. It can also carry up to 1,500 pounds more than a 407, meaning that it can carry an extra pilot and four passengers instead of three. The 429 is also more powerful than the 407, with improved performance in hot weather conditions. This makes it an ideal aircraft for countries with hot climates, such as Mexico and Brazil.

The 429 is designed to be able to land virtually anywhere: on grass, gravel or sand; on a

The Bell 429 helicopter has a spacious, quiet and stylish cabin. The cabin is designed to accommodate up to seven passengers. With the addition of the two-tone paint option, the 429 is perfect for business or personal use.

The Bell 429 helicopter is designed with innovative features and equipment to support missions in executive/VIP, offshore transport, EMS/SAR, law enforcement and utility roles. The Bell 429 helicopter is more than just an update of previous models; it’s a whole new machine that incorporates customer feedback while incorporating new technologies in order to improve performance and safety.

Bell Helicopter is excited to announce the launch of their new website dedicated to the Bell 429 helicopter. The Bell429.com site will provide users with all of the information they need regarding this latest model from Bell Helicopter and its position as a class leader in its category.

The Bell 429 GlobalRanger has been designed specifically with operator input to meet the mission requirements of both commercial and parapublic customers worldwide. This next generation light twin-engine helicopter is a true multipurpose aircraft with an advanced rotor system, dual digital automatic flight controls, best-in-class cabin flexibility, comfort and visibility for maximum operator capability. The Bell 429 offers exceptional performance with a cruising speed of 140 kt (259 km/h) and a range of up to 370 nm (690 km).

The Bell 429 helicopter is the latest development of the successful Bell 407 airframe. It features a new, wide, smooth, flat floor cabin that comfortably accommodates up to seven passengers in executive configuration and up to nine passengers in commuter configuration. The cabin has been designed for maximum comfort and utility with excellent visibility and easy access through large sliding doors on either side. The cockpit is equipped with advanced Garmin G1000H glass avionics featuring electronic flight instrumentation and a state-of-the-art dual digital automatic flight control system (AFCS).

The Bell 429 delivers excellent performance in hot/high conditions and features exceptional low speed handling qualities. Powered by two Pratt & Whitney PW207D1 engines with FADEC controls, the Bell 429 is certified for single pilot IFR operations and can be equipped with a variety of optional mission equipment.

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Bell Helicopter introduced its newest helicopter, the Bell 429, at Heli-Expo 2007. The Bell 429 is based off of the Model 427 and offers many improvements over its predecessor.

The Bell 429 can be configured to seat up to eight passengers plus one or two crew members. It has a maximum gross weight of 7500 pounds. The helicopter’s airframe is constructed from composite materials, which reduces the aircraft’s overall weight as well as corrosion and fatigue concerns. The cabin is very roomy compared to other comparable models, measuring over 6 feet high and 4 feet wide.

A unique feature of the Bell 429 is its integrated avionics system (IAS). The IAS integrates information from six different sources: electronic flight instrument systems (EFIS), engine indication and crew alerting system (EICAS), engine display system (EDS), vehicle management display system (VMDS), caution advisory display system (CADS) and terrain awareness warning system (TAWS). This allows the pilot to have all this information displayed on four primary flight displays located in front of each pilot while still leaving one multifunction display available for optional equipment such as weather radar or traffic alert collision avoidance systems.

The Bell 429 made its maiden flight on February 27, 2007 and received FAA certification

The Bell 429 is an amazing aircraft. It’s the newest and most advanced light twin helicopter in the world, and it has been certified by the FAA and Transport Canada. This means it is ready to perform any task you throw at it.

The Bell 429 has a state-of-the-art glass cockpit and can be configured with a variety of cabin options to best suit your needs. It also offers a superior ride and outstanding performance for both pilot and passengers, thanks to its advanced rotor system and improved engine performance.

If you’re looking for a new way to get from point A to point B, the Bell 429 is the perfect solution.

The Bell 429 has been around for a few years now, and it’s already proven itself as a solid performer. It’s replacing the Bell 407 in many fleets, and is quickly becoming a favorite with operators, pilots, and passengers alike.

The Bell 429 offers a huge cabin, great visibility, and excellent performance at high altitudes. It has several other benefits as well:

* Great visibility

* Large sliding doors (even on the aft clam-shell door)

* Excellent performance at higher altitudes

* Huge cabin space

* Smooth ride

One of the best features of the 429 is its huge cabin. It can seat seven passengers comfortably in three rows of seats. There are two seats up front for the pilot and copilot; a three-seat bench in the middle; and two more individual seats in the back. The seats are comfortable even on long flights; there’s plenty of legroom; and the large windows provide great visibility for all positions.


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