For Sale……………….

Bell 206 BIII Jet Ranger Helicopter for sale

Key Features

  • High Skids with Flight Steps
  • 3500 hours TT
  • Fresh Annual (11/2016)
  • New Airwolf TT Straps (11/2016)
  • Overhauled Turbine (09/2016)
  • Particle Separator
  • Engine Re-light System
  • Night Scanner
  • Baggage Compartment Extender
  • Deluxe Avionics Console
  • Automatic Door openers
  • Maintenance Steps and Handles



  • 3 x BOSE X Headsets (Lemo)
  • Garmin GMA 340 Comms Panel
  • Garmin GTX 328 Transponder
  • Mode S
  • Garmin SL30 Nav/Com
  • Garmin SL40 Radio
  • Bendix King Skymap IIIc
  • Bendix King ADF

Other Items

  • Spare Flight Steps
  • Ground Handling Wheels
  • Full Covers including blade covers


Other Information

  • Rolls Royce Allison C250-C20J
  • MTOW 1451kg
  • D.O.M. 1987
  • Excellent Component Times
  • Always Hangared
  • G registered
  • United Kingdom based

Exterior Paint Scheme

  • Blue and Cream


  • Two tone
  • Grey Leather Seats
    Grey Carpet
This is a superb example of an iconic turbine helicopter. No expense spared on her maintenance and upkeep. All AD’s/SB’s fully upto date. Always hangared and private usage only. Available for immediate delivery due to imminent arrival of replacement helicopter. Presented in blue and cream with a two tone grey leather interior. A sophisticated array of Garmin Avionics and includes 3 x BOSE X powered Lemo connector headsets. Without doubt, one of the best mid range turbine helicopters in the United Kingdom.

A Chopper Spotter helicopter mover is also available by seperate negotiation i.e. not currently included in this offer.

£395,000 plus V.A.T. if applicable

Contact Joel Tobias on 07831 349499


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