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PAS is first to ring the Bell for North Africa

Posted 10 March 2016 · Add Comment

Petroleum Air Services (PAS) has been appointed as the first Bell Helicopter authorised customer service facility in North Africa.

 

“PAS represents a tremendous and well known capability in Egypt, and we are delighted that they are joining the service and support network,” said Neil Jones, manager of the network.
“Since 1982, we have been providing both fixed wing and helicopter transportation to the oil and gas and travel industries in Egypt,” said PAS’ chairman and managing director, General Yehia Hussein.
Bell has the largest support network in the industry with more than 100 authorised customer service facilities in 34 countries. 
 

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