When the mission calls for speed, performance and reliability look no further.
The Bell 407GXP integrates reliability, speed, performance and maneuverability with a cabin configurable for an array of missions and payloads. Its Rolls-Royce 250-C47B/8 turbine FADEC engine delivers exceptional hot and high performance with the ability to cruise at 133 kts/246 km/h. Its spacious cabin has five club-passenger seats with an additional passenger seat in the cockpit in single pilot operations. For added passenger comfort, the Bell 407GXP also provides a very quiet and smooth ride in virtually all weather conditions.
The Bell 407GXP has everything you expect from a Bell helicopter and more. The corporate interior is exceptionally quiet, which makes the aircraft a great way of getting to work, and a great place to do work. It comfortably seats up to six passengers with one pilot, thanks to wide-open club seating and the smoothest ride in its class. Optional Quiet Cruise™ kit for further reduction in noise level.
That’s what it takes to support the energy industry. Large cabin doors enable quick and easy loading and unloading of crew and equipment. The Bell 407GXP’s airframe, dynamic components and state of the art Garmin G1000H™ flight deck contribute to an outstanding record of reliability and low, predictable operating costs. The Bell 407GXP delivers value to operators in the energy segment every day.
You work hard every day to help save lives and the Bell 407GXP is the ideal helicopter for what you do. The aircraft combines performance, reliability and mission flexibility. With a 61 in/155 cm bi-fold litter door, patient loading and unloading is accomplished with ease. Large windows not only provide patient comfort, but also allow the crew to work in excellent ambient lighting. The all-composite, four-bladed rotor system offers a smooth ride, excellent hover performance and speed – all essential to your mission.
Enhanced mission awareness adds an additional dimension to your parapublic operations. The Bell 407GXP can carry out command and control missions with microwave downlink as well as tactical insertion capabilities. The new Roll-Royce 250-C47B/8 engine delivers superb hot and high performance with improved hover characteristics. When equipped with an optional hoist, it can act as a search and rescue platform.
Customers require more from their aircraft and the Bell 407GXP delivers. The upgraded Rolls-Royce M250-C47B/8 engine in the Bell 407GXP provides more power at hot and high conditions. At 6,000 ft, ISA+20°C the Bell 407GXP provides 325 lbs more payload for external load operations.
The Bell 407GXP is equipped with a variety of safety features including: a FADEC-controlled engine, superb autorotation characteristics, structural bulkheads protecting both passenger and crew, rupture-resistant fuel cells, collective-mounted throttle, available wire strike protection and jettisonable crew doors. With the Garmin G1000H™, safety is enhanced with reduction in pilot workload and engine exceedance monitoring.
The integration of flight instruments, engine instruments with power situation indicator (PSI), Traffic Information System (TIS), Helicopter Terrain Avoidance Warning System (HTAWS), moving map, pathway-in-the-sky and Garmin’s Helicopter Synthetic Vision Technology™ provide a higher level of situational awareness for pilots.
The Garmin G1000H™ flight deck with twin 10.4" high-resolution LCD screens hosts primary flight display (PFD) and multi-function display (MFD) information in an easy-to-scan layout. Safety is enhanced by a reduction in pilot workload and engine exceedance monitoring. The XGA color screens offer exceptional readability, even in bright sunlight, which flawlessly combines with integrated control and presentation of flight data, sensor, and instrument functions to provide a comprehensive integrated avionics system.
The Bell 407GXP’s expansive, low-vibration cabin ensures a comfortable, quiet flight. Enhanced cabin comfort is suitable for transporting patients, crew, executives, or law enforcement officers. Large windows provide ambient lighting and exceptional field of view in virtually all weather conditions. This multi-mission capable interior is proof that you do not have to sacrifice comfort for performance.
Designed for passenger comfort and multi-mission capability, the Bell 407GXP’s configurable interior can comfortably seat six passengers, or accommodate specialized medical and parapublic equipment.
The Bell 407GXP’s large, tinted plexiglass windows provide high-visibility capabilities for aircraft occupants. The optional polycarbonate windshield offers enhanced bird strike resistance when compared to the standard acrylic windshield.
|SPEEDS at max gross wt|
|VNE||140 kts||259 km/h|
|Max Cruise||133 kts||246 km/h|
|Range at VLRC*||337 nm||624 km|
|Max Endurance*||4.0 hrs|
|Standard Fuel||127.8 US gal||438.8 litres|
|Aux Fuel||19 US gal||71.9 liters|
|Cabin Volume**||85 ft³||2.4 m³|
|Baggage Compartment Volume||16 ft³||0.5 m³|
|Empty Weight (Base 407GXP Aircraft)||2,692 lbs||1,221 kg|
|Max Gross Weight (Internal)||5,000 lbs||2,268 kg|
|Max Gross Weight (Internal)||5,250 lbs||2,381 kg|
|Max Gross Weight (External Load)||6,000 lbs||2,722 kg|
|Useful Load (Internal, Standard, Base 407GXP)||2,308 lbs||1,047 kg|
|Useful Load (Internal, Optional, Base 407GXP)||2,558 lbs||1,160 kg|
|Cargo Hook Capity||2,646 lbs||1,200 kg|
*Std Max GW, ISA, Std fuel – no reserves at sea level
**Does not include copilot volume of 20 ft³/0.6 m³