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Palm Beach Helicopters maintains a lengthy listing of both new and used aircraft available in the market today. We specialize in placing the appropriate aircraft to the specific mission requirements needed. Our listing of aircraft availability is updated on a daily basis.

• Palm Beach Helicopters offers flight and ground instruction with the purchase of a new or used helicopter at no additional cost. Ask your Palm Beach Helicopters representative for details.
• Our training programs are accepted by most insurance companies in lieu of attending factory training.

For Aircraft Sales questions, please contact us at 1-866-527-0601, or email us at info@palmbeachhelicopters.com.

Some of the helicopter models available for sale and training are:

Palm Beach Helicopters is an Authorized Dealer of the FlyIt Professional Helicopter and Airplane Simulator. FAA Approved for both Part 61 and Part 141 VFR and IFR training, the FlyIt Simulator is a state-of-the-art Flight Training Device that replicates multiple aircraft at a fraction of flying the actual aircraft.

For more information on the FlyIt Simulator, e-mail us at:
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Superior performance, outstanding reliability, and exceptional value have made the two-seat R22 the world's most popular entry-level helicopter for nearly two decades. More than 3,000 R22 helicopters have been delivered to 60 countries around the globe. The R22 holds every performance record in its weight class including speed, altitude, and distance. And the latest R22 Beta II is still sensibly priced with the industry's lowest cost of operation.

The Beta II is generously equipped and offers a wide selection of options. Standard features include a precision-engineered RPM governor, a durable rotor brake, an auxiliary fuel system for added versatility and increased range, plus a high-quality voice-activated intercom. The Beta II's clean aerodynamic design allows a high cruise speed up to 110 mph and an average fuel consumption of only 7 to 10 gallons per hour. The cabin provides comfortable seating for two with removable dual controls on the passenger side.

The R22 is a classic example of design excellence. No other helicopter in its class can match its speed, reliability, affordable price, and low operating costs. The R22 has fewer accidents due to aircraft or engine failure than other light helicopters, and Robinson's commitment to the highest quality in design, materials, and craftsmanship make it the enduring choice for flight training, radio traffic watch, power line patrol, and other applications that require performance, dependability, efficiency, and easy maintenance

The R44 Raven II, the latest derivative of the very successful and proven R44 helicopter line. The Raven II is equipped with a fuel-injected, angle-valve, tuned-induction, IO-540 Lycoming engine which produces substantially more power and gives the Raven II greater altitude performance, more payload, and increased speed. The Raven II configuration is also available as an IFR Trainer, Newscopter, Police Helicopter, and Clipper II.

The new fuel-injected engine provides higher power for better performance and eliminates the need for carburetor heat. The engine is derated to 245 HP for 5 minutes,and 205 HP maximum continuous rating, to assure a longer life, and lower cost of maintenance. Overall, the Raven II provides a favorable 100 lb increase in the R44 ’s gross weight and increased IGE and OGE hover ceilings, while eliminating the carburetor and carburetor icing problems.

Another major enhancement is the reduced noise level of the Raven II. The quieter helicopter features redesigned main and tail rotor blades. Both sets of rotors are fitted with noise attenuating blade tip caps that decrease flyover noise by 1dB. The main rotor blades also have more surface area for increased lifting capability at altitude.

Raven II Features:
• Main rotor blades have greater effective lifting area which reduces vibration.
• Main and tail blades have new aerodynamic tip caps which reduce the 500-foot flyover noise level by nearly one decibel, despite the higher gross weight.
• A standard 28-volt electrical system ensures good starting performance in hot or cold weather and provides additional electrical power for optional equipment.

The 206B-3 JetRanger III is known around the world for its ruggedness, reliability and simplicity. This aircraft began its life as a military helicopter and those same attributes that ensured its success in that arena have also made it the most popular turbine helicopter ever built. The 206B-3 has the best safety record of any single engine helicopter in the world. Combining an ease of operation, superior autorotation characteristics and a very robust cabin structure, this aircraft does the best job of ensuring that its crews and passengers will be back to fly another day. These qualities are well recognized in the aviation community. Today, the 206B-3, with minor modifications, is the training helicopter for all US Army & US Navy helicopter pilots. Also, with its simple design and proven components, the 206B-3 boasts the lowest operating costs of any helicopter in its class.

Bell’s 407 brings together a number of superior attributes into a single product. On the performance side, this aircraft delivers the best speed, payload and range in its class. However, so that you can enjoy those capabilities day in and day out, the 407 is also known for its simplicity, ruggedness and reliability. All of this came together to ensure that the 407 was the helicopter with the best introduction ever. In order to do this, Bell began with the high performance, combat proven, composite dynamic components of the OH-58D Kiowa Warrior. This ensured sports car like handling with exceptional hot and high hover capability and unparalleled rotor control authority. To this was added a fuselage with large composite panels to ensure ruggedness and ease of maintenance. Bell also integrated pilot friendly aspects like a twist grip throttle on the collective and a FADEC for the engine.

 

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