Bell Helicopter will showcase a number of updates and aircraft at Paris show

                    Bell 429
Bell Helicopter will share program updates and display a number of aircraft at next week’s Paris Air Show being held at Le Bourget.

The company will also be flying demonstration flights with two helicopters during the show, a Bell 429 and Bell 407GX.

“The Paris Air Show is a key event in the aviation industry and an opportunity for us to show our customers from around the world the progress we are making on our programs,” said John Garrison, Bell Helicopter’s president and CEO. “In addition to providing updates on our industry-leading products and demonstrating several aircraft, we look forward to making several major announcements at the show.”

The company will also update on the progress of the Bell 525 Relentless. Bell Helicopter are demonstrating the Bell 525 cockpit and flight system at the show.

Part of the helicopter display will include the first emergency medical services configured Bell 429 in Europe, operated by Air Zermatt of Switzerland (pictured).

Terry Spruce

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