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Africa's first Bell 595 Jet Ranger X delivered to South Africa

Posted 20 September 2018 · Add Comment

South Africa’s National Airways Corporation (NAC) unveiled Bell’s newest commercial aircraft, the Bell 505 Jet Ranger X to the African market.

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The company revealed a pair of Bell 505 Jet Ranger X helicopters at its Lanseria airport facility near Johannesburg.where it delivered them to a couple, who are both pilots.
“We were delighted to be able to expose the Bell 505 to our customers and industry partners, and the helicopter was extremely well received by everybody who attended” said Gary Phillips, NAC’s executive director, helicopter division. “The spacious cabin and advanced systems were the features which seemed to attract the most comments. We look forward to seeing many more in the Southern African skies in the near future”  

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