Bell 430

Bell 430


Bell 430 Charter Helicopters

The Bell 430 is a stretched and more powerful evolution from the Bell 230. It is an American twin-engine light-medium helicopter built by Bell Helicopter and was formally launched in February of 1992. It is powered by twin Rolls Royce 250-C40B turboshafts that give it a powerful and smooth ride.


This helicopter boasts a roomy passenger compartment that measure more than 8 feet long and 4 feet wide and is 4 feet 5 inches high. The cubic volume equals 215 cubic feet which is as large as some light jet interior volumes. 


If you are looking for a helicopter that can transport multiple people in great luxury then the Bell 430 is right for you.

5 Passenger Capacity

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