Helicopters for sale

Helicopters for sale

Helicopters are unique aircraft, capable of taking off and landing vertically, and maneuvering forwards, backwards and sideways. The main advantages helicopters have over fixed-wing aircraft are the ability to land in small areas, reach inaccessible areas or hover in place. This makes them ideal for a huge variety of work, including air medical, aerial inspection, law enforcement, search-and-rescue, firefighting, transportation, tourism, agriculture and construction.

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Airbus AS350B3+ Contact seller for price

Updated: January 8, 2024

1123

OO-AMP

4565

2008

France

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Airbus H135T3 Contact seller for price

Updated: January 23, 2024

668

M-NBLA

2090

2019

United States

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Airbus SA341G USD $ 775,000

Updated: January 30, 2024

1981

N341GL

1413

1978

United States

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Airbus EC145 Contact seller for price

Updated: February 1, 2024

5417

N390FD

9078

2005

United States

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Airbus H145 Contact seller for price

Updated: December 27, 2023

446

NA

AH-698

2019

Europe

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MD Helicopters MD530FF USD $ 2,900,000

Updated: February 17, 2024

18.9

N3502P

346FF

2024

United States

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Sikorsky S70C Contact seller for price

Updated: February 21, 2024

6672

N2FH

701029

1986

Australia

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Airbus SA341 USD $ 625,000

Updated: February 2, 2024

31

N657GZ

1657

1977

United States

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Airbus AS355NP USD $ 2,250,000

Updated: January 28, 2024

798

G-TIJL

5801

2017

United Kingdom

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Kawasaki BK117 B2 Contact seller for price

Updated: February 8, 2024

6304

1998

Australia

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Bell 206B2 USD $ 545,000

Updated: February 22, 2024

13871

N126SH

1269

1974

United States

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Airbus H125 Contact seller for price

Updated: December 20, 2023

10

2023

Europe

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Helicopters fly by generating lift from rapidly rotating rotor blades around a vertical mast. Most helicopters have a single rotor configuration that requires a tail rotor or ducted fan to counter the torque created by the rotor blades. Other rotor configurations include tandem, intermeshing, transverse or coaxial rotors. These do not require anti-torque controls, thereby allowing all power to be used for lifting purposes.

Helicopters can be powered by piston or turbine engines. Piston-powered helicopters are less powerful and not as expensive to operate and maintain as turbine powered helicopters.

Helicopters powered by single piston engines (including types manufactured by Enstrom, Guimbal, Robinson and Schweizer) are smaller than turbine helicopters, and more restricted in terms of the amount of passengers or load they can carry. Turbine-powered helicopters, single-or multi-engine, produced by Airbus, Bell, Leonardo, MDH, Robinson and Sikorsky, are more powerful and generally capable of carrying more passengers and lifting heavier loads.