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Bell Helicopter's service network to grow in Turkey

Posted 14 March 2016 · Add Comment

Bell Helicopter, a Textron company, has announced that Genel Havacılık A.Ş. is nearing completion of its application to become appointed as a Bell Helicopter Authorised Customer Service Facility (CSF) in Turkey.

“Bringing on Genel Havacılık as an authorised CSF reinforces our commitment to enhancing the regional support customers need to continue their operations,” said Jakub Hoda, Bell Helicopter’s vice president of Europe. “Genel Havacılık is a long-time Bell aircraft operator and has a history of providing exceptional customer service. They are a perfect fit to join the Bell Helicopter CSF network in Europe.”

 

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