Gazelle Helicopters and BO105 Helicopters for sale

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Gazelle SA341F For Sale

EC130 - Like new - 400 hrs
EC130 Specs

R66 For Sale - Very Low Hours - Trade In - $925K

BO105 Helicopters For Sale

This BO105 has been painted and ready for certification

Make these ones below look like the one above!
More Photos and Ground Run Video Here

We have 2 x BO105 ships for sale - same as the Red Bull machines .... experimental certification.
This ship is complete
and both engines running (see video)
These are with the twin Allison 250 engines , rigid rotorhead, 5-6 seats, rear access cargo space. From $350K as is, for helicopter with complete spare parts ship with 2 spare engines (1 spare engine needs gasket replacement)!


The Bo 105 has a reputation for having high levels of maneuverability; certain variants have been designed for aerobatic maneuvers and used for promotional purposes by operators, one such operator in this capacity being professional pilot Aaron Fitzgerald, flying for Red Bull.[12][13] During the 1970s, the Bo 105 was known for having a great useful load capacity and higher cruise speed than the majority of its competitors.[14] While not being considered a visually attractive helicopter by some pilots[who?], the Bo 105 was known for possessing steady, responsive controls and a good flight attitude.[15] Most models could perform steep dives, rolls, loops, turnovers, and various aerobatic maneuvers; according to MBB the Bo 105 is cleared for up to 3.5 positive G force and one negative.[16] One benefit of the Bo 105's handling and control style is superior takeoff performance, including significant resistance to catastrophic dynamic rollover;[17] a combination of light weight and the twin-engined configuration enables a rapid ascent in a performance takeoff.[18]

Perhaps the most significant feature of the Bo 105 is its rotor blades and rotor head. The rotor system is entirely hingeless, the rotor head consisting of a solid titanium block to which the four blades are bolted;[19] the flexibility of the rotor blades works to absorb movements typically requiring hinges in most helicopter rotor designs.[16] The rotor blades are made from reinforced-plastic glass-fiber composite material; the flexibility of the main rotor allows for active elements other than rotor pitch changes to be removed, greatly simplifying maintenance and extending blade lifespan.[20] The reliability of the advanced rotor system is such that, in over six million operating hours across the fleet, there was a total of zero failures (as of 1991).[21] The rigid rotor blade design adopted on the Bo 105 has been partially responsible for the type's agility and responsiveness; it remained an uncommon feature on competing helicopters throughout the Bo 105's production life.[17]

Military operators would commonly operate the type at a very low altitude to minimise visibility to enemies, the Bo 105 being well matched to such operations, as the helicopter's flight qualities effectively removed or greatly minimised several of the hazards such a flight profile could pose to pilots.[22] When outfitted with optional auxiliary fuel tanks, a basic model Bo 105 had a flight endurance of roughly five hours under load.[18] In the event of a single engine failure, the Bo 105 could typically continue its flight, albeit with a reduction in cruise speed and range.[20] Besides the two pilots, the cabin can be configured to accommodate up to three passengers on a single rear bench, which can be removed to make room for cargo or a stretcher, which can be loaded and unloaded via the large clamshell doors located at the rear of the fuselage.[23] In a maritime context, the BO 105 can be equipped with auxiliary fuel tanks, emergency flotation equipment, an inflatable life raft, folding rotor blades and high skid landing gear.[24]

Gazelle SA342M For Sale


SA342M - Experimental - New radios and Garmin - ready to go! $560,000

SA342J For Sale


SA 342J available for sale - civilian - ready to go! $625,000 OBO - Sold


  SA 341F2 Available for Sale - ready to go!
Total Time since G Inspection 3,760 hrs - Experimental.
With newly overhauled blades. Extremely good times on all components!
New paint - metalic red with clear coat finish (Excelent quality), new leather interior, new carpets, high performance F engine, has the enhanced fenestron system.
The main rotor blades were just overhauled in Jan 2022 with new matching paint colors. New Garmin G3X MFD.
Wire strike kit. Dual controls. Heat. Transponder. ELT. 3 axis SAS, Radio Altimeter. GPS.
This is probably the best Gazelle with the best times remaining you will find in the world today!

$495,000 O.B.O - Now available again!!!



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Gazelle Tail rotor GB For sale
Tail rotor Gearbox 1400 remaining calendar good

Gazelle SA 341 Helicopter For Sale - Sold

Every helicopter pilots dream is to own a Gazelle. Whether young or old the Gazelle is the Ferrari or the Lamborghini of every rotorcraft enthusiast. A machine to be admired. A trophy. The ultimate flying machine.

Beautiful, fast and agile. The choice of armies, navies and air forces all over the world as well as corporate executives, vips and royalty!
The gazelle born, in the early seventies, still looks, feels and performs like a modern day helicopter. The fastest single engine helicopter ever built and the only single engined, single pilot IFR helicopter ever certified.

The gazelle is still operated by armed forces all over the world. It is that good!! 50 years of technology advances has not yet made this ship obsolete.

To own a gazelle is to own a piece of fun-ctional aviation history and to have fun!

As time goes on there are fewer and fewer of these helicopters, and especially few of the civilian version. This IFR version is one of probably three or four that remain.

N341ZL is a civilian 1975 model SA341G IFR with Astazou IIIA engine. It has spent time in the USA, France, UK and Canada.
The aircraft has very low hours on the airframe and over 1400 hrs remaining on the engine with good times remaining on key components. Straps and cross-tube ADs recently done also. The aircraft also has an auto pilot and additional fuel tank.
New paint, newer leather upholstery and new carpets. The helicopter is available for sale with standard airworthiness certificate for part 91 use. For more information call (818) 919 5493 or email
Asking price $545,000
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Gazelle Sales Sheet



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The Aerospatiale SA.341/342 Gazelle is a five-seat light helicopter that first flew in 1967, powered by an Astazou 3 engine. The first production aircraft flew in 1971, differing from the prototype in having a longer cabin, larger tail unit and updated Astazou 3A. Ten versions of the Gazelle have been built: the SA.341B, 341C, 341D and 341E for the British armed forces; the SA.341F for the French Army; the SA.341G and SA.342J for civil operators; SA.341H military export version; and the SA.342K, 342L and 342M military versions. Under an Anglo-French agreement signed in 1967, Gazelles were produced jointly with Westland sales have exceeded 1, 200.

The aircraft has a new Garmin GPS/transponder with ADSB. It will be one of a very few  of the IFR Gazelles manufactured (See article below). The Gazelle is the only single engined helicopter certified for IFR and is grand fathered in from its original certification. Current regulations require twin engine and dual hydraulics to certify for IFR.
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N341ZL Components


New ADSB in/out transponder/GPS/Bluetooth  
New GNX375 audio panel/marker/intercom/bluetooth

IFR Instrumentation, new GNX 375 GPS/transponder, audio panel and leather interior with new carpets

View and download sales sheet on this Gazelle

• Fuse length 9.53m;
• Height 3.18m;
• Rotor Diameter 10.5m;
• Maximum Speed 265 kph;
• Cruising Speed 233 kph;
• Range 670km;
• Engine Turbomeca/Rolls-Royce Astazou 111N;
• Power 592 shp;
• Fuel Capacity 445 litres;
• Weight 1,800 kg (max take off);

Speed over a closed circuit of 100 km without payload    1971    296.00 km/h    Denis PROST (France)    Aérospatiale SA 341 Gazelle
Speed over a straight 3 km course at restricted altitude    1971    310.00 km/h    Denis PROST (France)    Aérospatiale SA 341 Gazelle
Speed over a straight 15/25 km course    1971    312.00 km/h    Denis PROST (France)    Aérospatiale SA 341 Gazelle
London (UK) - Paris (France)    1984    252.18 km/h    Richard FENWICK (France)    Aérospatiale/Westland SA341 Gazelle
Paris (France) - London (UK)    1984    235.15 km/h    Richard FENWICK (France)    Aérospatiale/Westland SA341 Gazelle

Original Sales Adverts from Aerospatiale


Gazelle review - Blades Magazine March 2011 - Click Here!

See Article
(The article mentions that only 7 or 8 of the Gazelle IFR were sold)

Sperry_IFR_System_Manual_1977.pdf Click here for the original Sperry Auto Pilot Manual

50 years of the Gazelle - See this article!!

Undiscovered Gem - The Gazelle - click to download

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