Bell 407GX Photos

The helicopter is the first to fly with Garmin's G1000 glass cockpit.

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Bell's 407GX is the first helicopter equipped with Garmin's G1000 glass cockpit. For more, check out Stephen's feature, "Bell 407GX."
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The Bell 407GX’s newly redesigned instrument panel nicely accommodates the Garmin G1000H’s large LCD glass displays. For more, check out Stephen's feature, "Bell 407GX."
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"Featuring a roomy cabin that can accommodate five passengers, the Bell 407 remains a top choice among emergency medical providers, police, corporate heads and offshore oil operators." — Stephen Pope For more, check out Stephen's feature, "Bell 407GX."
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With room for five passengers in the main cabin and a top speed of 140 knots, the Bell 407GX is an enticing option in the light, single-engine helicopter market. For more, check out Stephen's feature, "Bell 407GX."
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Development of Bell's Model 407 first began in 1993. For more, check out Stephen's feature, "Bell 407GX."
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"Time will tell if others agree, but based on my limited time in the 407GX, I think it’s safe to say that Bell has positioned itself at the forefront of the light, single-engine helicopter market with the upgraded model" — Stephen Pope For more, check out Stephen's feature, "Bell 407GX."