Bell 206 Jetranger

Passengers : 4 + 1 pilot
Speed : 185km/h
Endurance : 3hrs (Subject to available fuel loading)

Originally developed for a US military contract in the 1960’s, the five seat Bell Jetranger was modified for the civilian market and went on to become one of the most popular light helicopters in the world for the next fifty years. The Jetranger has been utilised for virtually every type of helicopter operation and has one of the best safety records of all single engine aircraft.

The Jetranger seats four passengers, three in the rear and one next to the pilot.

Bell 206L Longranger

Passengers : 6 + 1 pilot
Speed : 185km/h
Endurance : 2.5hrs (Subject to available fuel loading)

The Bell 206L Longranger is designed to be the ideal workplace. It can hold up to six passengers, one seated next to the pilot and five in the rear in club style seating which allows for face-to-face conversations. The durable design features the powerful Rolls-Royce 250-C30P and the high-inertia two bladed rotor system provides exceptional stability.

The Bell Longranger is designed and built with safety in mind. It is equipped with a variety of safety features including: reliable engines, transmissions with chip detection and debris collection, superb autorotation, rollover bulkheads and rupture-resistant fuel cells.

Airbus Helicopters AS355 ‘Twin Squirrel’

Passengers : 5 + 1 pilot
Speed : 185km/h
Endurance : 2.5hrs (Subject to available fuel loading)

The Eurocopter (now Airbus Helicopters) AS355 Écureuil 2 (or Twin Squirrel) is a twin-engine light utility helicopter originally manufactured by Aérospatiale in France (later part of Eurocopter Group, now Airbus Helicopters).

With excellent handling and robustness, the AS355 ‘Twin Squirrel’ incorporates twin-engine reliability and performance. This helicopter benefits from the reliability and safety of two Rolls-Royce engines, permitting continued flight to a suitable landing area in the event of a single engine failure. Our Squirrel boasts a corporate leather interior and air conditioning.

The ‘Twin Squirrel’ seats five passengers, four across the rear and one passenger next to the pilot.