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Current Resale Pricing is not available on this Brantly B2B.
The specification pages in The Official Helicopter Blue Book® detail the performance and physical specifications in English and Metric forms of measurement and contain over 100 "facts" about each helicopter. You will find a specification page for the Brantly B2B.
Each set of specifications are given for the most recent variant of the Brantly B2B.
This data has been developed from a variety of sources. While we believe this information to be as accurate and correct as possible, we cannot assume responsibility or liability for any business transaction based on the use of this specification data. Any technical data presented is subject to change and it is not intended to substitute for any regulatory agency’s or helicopter manufacturer's appropriately authorized flight or maintenance manuals.
The information is divided into major categories; helicopter Engine, Power Rating, Transmission, Performance, Rotor, External Dimensions, Internal Dimensions, Accommodations, Weights, Fuel Capacity, Average Fuel Consumption, Range, Type Certificate Date Sheets, Milestones and Summary. Every effort is made to provide "apples to apples" comparability; when this is not possible, boldface footnotes are inserted to indicate otherwise or to add to the basic data presented. The definitions for each category are presented in the section marked "Specification Definitions," which immediately follows this section.
The English system was used to develop all numbers for U.S.-built helicopters and then converted to appropriate metric equivalents. Metric measurements were the first choice for European helicopters, and these were converted to the English system.
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