Bell Helicopter, a Textron Inc. company, will showcase the Bell 429 WLG, 407 GXP, the 525 simulation cabin and V-22 model during the Paris Air Show on the Textron pavilion A2. Bell Helicopter has been delivering innovative, state-of-art helicopters to customers in Europe for over 50 years. Due to the growing commercial successes in Europe with the Bell 407GXP, the 429, 505 and 525, Bell Helicopter is continuing to grow its footprint in the region with the first Bell Helicopter European training facility opening in Valencia, Spain in 2016. The facility will offer full-flight simulation training for the Bell 429. Bell Helicopter has also been investing in greater capabilities with the Bell European Customization & Delivery Center in Prague acquired in 2010 and has been implanted in Amsterdam with its Supply Center for the past 40 years.
Bell Helicopter aircraft on display Textron pavilion A2
• Bell 429 WLG – the 21st century standard for light twins
• Bell 407 GXP – with 1200 Bell 407s delivered world-wide, the Bell 407 GXP is a highly versatile, state-of-the-art helicopter
• Bell 525 simulation cabin – Not just another helicopter: world’s first fly-by-wire commercial helicopter delivers a generational shift in pilot situational awareness, safety and reliability. Attendees are provided the opportunity to engage in the cabin.
• Bell Boeing V-22 Model – most in-demand aircraft in the United States Marine Corps with over 250,000 flight hours in humanitarian aid campaigns, emergency evacuations and long-range logistical support