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Bell Moves S'more Metal at European Rotors 2022

Independent Rep Airborne Purchases 4 Bell 505s for Baltic Region Sales

Bell sold 6 of its 505 helicopters at European Rotors 2022, quite a successful showing for an American manufacturer playing an away game.

The Bell 505 marches on as one of the most versatile, multimission rotorcraft as always, with a private customer buying a delivery model 505 direct from the Bell booth. The 4 aircraft sold are bound for the new independent representative for Bell in the Baltic states, Airborne. They'll soon go on to start their careers in customer hands, as private transports and flight training machines. 

“It’s exciting to see the demand for the Bell 505 continue to grow within Europe across many industries,” said Patrick Moulay, senior vice president over International Commercial Sales at Bell. “We see great potential for Bell within the Baltics, and we are delighted to welcome Airborne to our ever-growing list of IRs across Europe to expand our support.”

“The 505 adapts well to Europe’s varied terrain, and our customers have a diverse range of uses for the aircraft. From taking tourists sightseeing to training pilots to land on top of mountains, the 505 continues to leave an amazing impression on our customers and the passengers they fly,” added Moulay.

“Our appointment as the IR for the Baltic states will mark the start of a new and exciting chapter in our relationship with Bell,” said Max Lunov, owner of Airborne. “The 505’s high-performance and versatility means it easily adapts to the various needs of our customers. In the case of these aircraft, we’ll see them used for private travel and pilot training.”

FMI: www.bellflight.com

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