Thu, Aug 09, 2012
Will Be Operated In A Corporate Role By A Private Firm
The first Bell 407GX to be operated in Africa was delivered Tuesday by National Airways Corporation, a Bell Helicopter independent representative. "The technology found on the Bell 407GX is unique in the helicopter industry," said Gary Phillips, executive director of Helicopter Sales for National Airways Corporation. "The Bell 407 was already an industry leading helicopter offering superior performance, exceptional passenger comfort and enhanced safety characteristics. The 407GX's next-generation cockpit, combined with the aircraft's rugged airframe, has made it the first choice for those who place their highest value requirements on safety and performance."
Built on the success of the Bell 407, the 407GX is the only helicopter equipped with the Garmin G1000HTM integrated glass flight deck, making it the most advanced light, single-engine rotorcraft on the market. The glass flight deck provides pilots essential flight information at a glance for greater situational awareness, making the 407GX an ideal aircraft for flying in challenging, diverse environments, such as the arid deserts and mountainous terrain of Africa.
"The delivery of the first 407GX to Africa is a testament to the commitment we have made to our customers in every corner of the world to provide innovative product solutions and seamless customer support," said Danny Maldonado, Bell Helicopter's executive vice president of Commercial Sales and Marketing. "We look forward to expanding in this region to meet the critical mission needs of operators in Africa," added Maldonado.
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