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2015 BELL 429 GlobalRanger

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2015 BELL 429 GlobalRanger 2015 BELL 429 GlobalRanger 2015 BELL 429 GlobalRanger
2015 BELL 429 GlobalRanger 2015 BELL 429 GlobalRanger 2015 BELL 429 GlobalRanger

Aircraft information

Year of construction: 2015
Total time (TTAF): 35 TT
Country: New York (United States)
City/Aerodrome: New York
Price: Enquire

Interior

2015

Exterior

2015

Avionics

The Bell BasiX-Pro? Avionics System has been specifically designed to meet the requirements of twin engine
helicopters and is optimized for IFR, Category A, and JAROPS-3 compliant operations. The system is highly
flexible and configurable to meet various operating and customization needs. The system takes advantage
of the latest in display, computer processing, and digital data bus technology to provide a high degree of
redundancy, reliability, and flexibility.

The Basix-Pro? includes built-in provisions to allow customized configuration of the following equipment:

?? Alternate FMS / GPS systems
?? Alternate ARINC-429 radio navaids
?? UHF / VHF Direction Finder or 2nd ADF
??Weather / Search Radar
?? FLIR / EVS display (either NTSC or PAL standard)
?? Designator Control Panel (allows FLIR or radar cursor designated positions to be captured as waypoints)
??General color video display or digital map display
?? Velocity Sensor (for hover cues and / or search and rescue approach options)

Remarks

MAGnificent interior.

CREW SEATING
Two individual ergonomically designed energy attenuating seats with adjustable lumbar support, each
equipped with seat adjustment controls forward and aft, up and down, adjustable lumbar support, a four-point
restraint system, and adjustable pedals. The color and upholstery material for the seats match the color
scheme selected for the cabin.
The cockpit crew station was designed from the outset to accommodate pilots from the 5th percentile female
to the 95th percentile male (standing height 5 ft. ? inch to 6 ft. 2 inches; sitting height 31.3 inches to
38.3 inches, reference U.S. FAA Human Factors Design Standard, HF-STD-001, dated May 2003). The pilot
and copilot seats and pedals are also adjustable to enable the cockpit crew to adjust their seat positions
for comfortable access to cockpit controls, so that they can easily carry out normal and emergency duties
without hindrance:
?? Forward and aft 6? (15 cm)
?? Up and down 4.5? (11.4 cm)
?? Adjustab

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