I am looking for information on the Bell 47B-3 on your web page. Is it the same one at the Anchorage Alaska International Airport, or if not where is this one now and can I get more info? Is it for sale or going into a museum? I am also looking for blueprints for the same type, model 47B-3. Any help would be appreciated.
Daniel Carlson, e-mail, 23.09.2016 23:43
Best machine ever made!!!!!! Seeing & hearing one of these in flight sends shivers up & down my spine.
Reed Carr, e-mail, 21.01.2015 04:24
Flew the HTL-7 at Ellyson Field in 1957, my first Helo trainer.Loved flying it and always remember the first lift off and hover. I marvelled at the machine. Came back in 1962 to instruct in it. Could really make it perform.
kanishka, e-mail, 13.06.2014 13:05
can any body let me know the availability of moulded canopy for model bell 47 g,,thanks
John varghese, e-mail, 06.06.2013 13:55
Hai , am John. I want the full detail of mosquito Xe . Thank's
John Camp, e-mail, 06.03.2013 06:21
I seek permission to use the image of the Bell Model 47 "Sioux" at your website as an illustration of late-40s technology in my novel about the Roswell Incident. I expect to self-publish a run of 500 copies and see if the demand exists for more. Thanks for considering my request, John C.
Roger D. Huffaker, e-mail, 02.08.2011 08:41
After initial helicopter training in the Hiller OH-23D at Fort Wolters - I then checked out in the OH-13E - we fired 30 cal. MGs from them in training at Ft. Sill, OK After graduating from flight training at Wolters - I flew the OH-13H Model in Germany - they were also armed with 30 cal. MGs and served as scout helicopters in an Air Cav Troop.
Jim, e-mail, 23.04.2011 06:36
My friend Jack flew in a Helicopter in Alaska in 1949. Says blades were laminate with Balsa Wood. Says landing above about seven thousand was called a controlled Crash.
SR71ALPHA, e-mail, 02.08.2010 00:53
I need the blueprints of this helicopter, if anyone got them.