Helicopter - Bell 206

The Bell 206 is a two-bladed, single- or twin-engine helicopter, manufactured by Bell Helicopter in Mirabel, Quebec. Originally developed as the Bell YOH-4 for the United States Army's Light Observation Helicopter program, the 206 failed to be selected. Bell redesigned the airframe and successfully marketed the aircraft commercially as the five-place Bell 206A JetRanger.

Bell 206

The new design was eventually selected by the Army as the OH-58 Kiowa. Bell also developed a seven-place LongRanger, which was later offered with a twin-engine option as the TwinRanger. It has a one pilot and four passenger capacity, a range of 693 km (374 nm) and a maximum speed of 224 km/h (122 knots).

Bell 206 Flight Deck Features

  1. Replica Bell 206 Main Instrument Panel (MPI), Mode Control Panel (MCP), highly accurate in size and text placement with accurate switches and knobs.
  2. Replica Bell 206 interior trim pieces, highly accurate in size and shape to give the cockpit a realistic look
  3. Replica Bell 206 Collective and Cyclic.
  4. Replica Bell 206 Rudder pedals
  5. Replica Bell 206 Pilots seats
  6. Intercom system for communications between pilots, observer and instructor (optional)
  7. Replica Bell 206 flight instruments, avionics an mechanics: Keylock Starter (original 5-positions off, right, left, on and start) Vertical Speed Indicator Attidute Indicator Airspeed Indicator Engine / Rotor RPM Altimeter Heading Indicator Manifold Pressure Indicator Carburator Air Temperature Indicator Fuel 1 Indicator Fuel 2 Indicator Amps Indicator Oil Press Indicator Digital Clock KX155A NAV/COM Transponder VOR Wet Compass
  8. High Definition Sound
  9. Professional Software Licensing

Bell 206 Full Flight Simulator

Visual System

  1. 220 degree horizontal and 30 degree vertical, curved, movie-quality projector screen and frame.
  2. Three overhead projectors to create the high definition visual environment that simulates frontal and side window visual effects.
  3. Structure for projector support.

Visual System

High-fidelity visuals accurately representing airports, weather and terrain.

Instructor Station

Instructor Station

  • Instructor station enclosure.
  • Instructor desk, two 20” flat panel touch monitors
  • Intuitive Instructor Operating Station software capable of:
  • Easily repositioning the aircraft to a variety of ground and flight positions instantly.
  • Adjusting the time to include dawn, day, dusk, night.
  • Adjusting the weather such as: winds, cloud cover, visibility, rain and snow.
  • Loading saved scenarios to include: aircraft position, aircraft configuration and weather parameters.
  • Simulating a variety of failures to include, but not limited to: engine failures/fires, APU fires, cargo fires, hot/hung starts, flap and gear malfunctions, electrical failures as well as minor system faults.
  • Displaying a moving map that shows aircraft position, surrounding airports, and navigational aids.

Note: FSCockpit Solutions closely resemble a Boeing 737NG but is not, and should not be referred to as one. This simulator is not endorsed by Boeing. Boeing and 737 are trade marks of the Boeing Aircraft company.