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BELL 214B Price and Operating Costs


The BELL 214B, production in 1976 – 1981, requires a one man crew and can be configured in 7 seats. Maximum operating altitude of 20,000′, a optimal cruise speed of 137 knots/158 MPH, and a 120 NM/138 SM seats-full range. The BELL 214B has a 00′ runway length (or runway plus clearway and/or stopway) and 00′ actual landing distance required. Cabin specifications: 04’03” cabin high, 08’00” cabin wide, and 07’08” cabin long. Maximum luggage capacity of 68.00 ft^3; 28.00 ft^3 being internal and 40.00 ft^3 being external.


Average price for used aircraft BELL 214B is $2,750,000.00. A $1,375,000.00 loan over 10 years including $5729.17 per month in interest equates to a $68,947.61 per-month payment. Based on 450 hours a year and fuel cost at $4.25 per-gallon, the BELL 214B has total variable costs of $729,9N/A, total fixed costs of $227,580.00, and hypothetical summary cost of $957,480.00. How much does it cost to fly: $2,127.73 per hour.

Maximal total range:
120 NM / 138 SM
Cruise speed:
137 knots / 158 MPH
Average price:
Number of passengers:
7 people


Flying 450 Hours per Year
Owner-operated hours 450
Charter-operated hours
Fuel Cost per-gallon $4.25
Fixed operation and maintenance cost $227,580.00
Variable operation and maintenance cost $729,9N/A
How much does a helicopter cost per year $957,480.00
Cost per hour $2,127.73

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