1st Bell 407GXP Purchased in Germany
- Bell Helicopter hosted a signing ceremony in their booth at NBAA
Bell Helicopter, a Textron Inc. (NYSE: TXT) company, announced today the sale of the firstBell 407GXP to Germany. The aircraft will be outfitted for corporate and VIP transport, which continues to be a popular market segment throughout Europe.
Dr. Ernst Langner and Nataly Langner signed for the Bell 407GXP at the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Convention and Exhibition and will be the first to operate this aircraft throughout Germany.
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“We are thrilled to have the first customer in Germany sign for the Bell 407GXP and deliver this superior aircraft to the region,” said Patrick Moulay, vice president of Global Sales and Marketing for Bell Helicopter. “The Bell 407 has proven to be a very popular aircraft with over 1,200 flying worldwide today, with particularly strong demand for the upgraded Bell 407GXP from our European customer base. We are pleased to see the continued interest in our modern commercial product line.”
Bell Helicopter’s Independent Representative, Atlas Air Service AG, supported the signing and is a renowned aviation company with its head office in Ganderkesee located in Lower Saxony, Germany and has been an Independent Representative for Bell Helicopter since October 2014.
“The luxurious interior, combined with the smooth, quiet performance of the aircraft is exactly what the customer was looking for, so this was a perfect fit,” said Nicolas von Mende, CEO of Atlas Air Service. “We look forward to seeing this superior aircraft operating in Germany.”
The Bell 407GXP is another example of Bell Helicopter’s continued investment in its current products to enhance customer value and increase mission capability. The Bell 407GXP is an upgrade to Bell Helicopter’s best-selling platform, the Bell 407, with added value through industry leading performance, payload capability and operating economics.
Source : Textron - view original press release
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