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FIA2018: Africair signs PA for first Bell 407GXi in Africa

Posted 19 July 2018 · Add Comment

Bell Helicopter, a Textron company, has announced that Africair has signed a purchase agreement for the first Bell 407GXi in Africa.

The aircraft will be operated by a corporate customer. For over 50 years, Africair has been transforming the African Aviation Industry by distributing aircraft and providing parts and support to the region.

 

 

 

 

(Left to right): Sameer Rehman, Bell Managing Director – Middle East and Africa, Robert Prentice, Africair Vice President, Mustapha Chehab, Bell Regional Sales Manager, Susan Griffin, Bell Executive Vice President Commercial Business, Patrick Moulay, Bell Senior Vice President Commercial Business - International

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