Bell 47H

The 47H-1, certificated in the spring of 1955, was a streamlined version of the widely used 46G utility helicopter intended for executive, air taxi or charter transport. It had increased speed and greater pilot and passenger amenities, such as soundproofing and more legroom, made possible by a larger cabin. A deluxe cabin interior was available as an option. This model was not especially successful, and few were built. 

Aircraft Specifications

Rotor Diameter: 
35 ft. 1 in
Fuselage Length: 
31 ft. 4 in.
Maximum Speed: 
100 mph
Cruise Speed: 
90 mph
Height: 
9 ft. 2 in.
Empty Weight: 
1,940 lbs.
Gross Weight: 
2,350 lbs.
Engine: 
Franklin 200 ho 6V4-200-0-32