Bell Helicopter to showcase two aircraft at AMTC


Bell 407GX and Bell 429 are being displayed at the Air Medical Transport Conference in Seattle.

                                Bell Helicopter stand at AMTC 2012
Bell Helicopter announced that it will showcase the Bell 407GX and the Bell 429, at the AMTC in Seattle. The Bell 407GX and Bell 429 will be on static display, both configured for helicopter emergency medical services (HEMS), highlighting the capability of the aircraft to meet the mission needs of air medical crews.

The aircraft on display belong to Bell Helicopter customers Idaho Helicopters/St. Luke’s Hospital and Kearney Air Care/Rodgers Helicopter Service.

“Air medical transport is absolutely critical in rapid emergency response,” said Danny Maldonado, executive vice president of Sales and Marketing at Bell Helicopter.

Maldonado continued “The Bell 429 and Bell 407GX are ideal solutions for air medical operators. The Bell 407GX is equipped with superior navigation equipment and the Bell 429 has a spacious cabin for unobstructed access to patients. These aircraft offer the exceptional speed and maneuverability that are essential when lives are on the line.”

“We are proud to be a part of the life-saving missions performed by the men and women in the air medical profession,” said Maldonado. “Bell Helicopter will continue to be a leader in the HEMS market with our exceptional aircraft and industry-leading customer support.”