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Bell 505 Jet Ranger X on display in VIP terminal in Dubai South

Posted 6 March 2018 · Add Comment

Bell has announced that the Bell 505 Jet Ranger X is on display in the elite VIP Terminal at Dubai South Project, Dubai.

The seven-star private aviation facility will host the single engine aircraft until late February. Terminal guests and travellers can experience the new aircraft’s features, such as the glass cockpit and the spacious cabin, up close.

“Bell Helicopter is thrilled for this opportunity to showcase our new luxury aircraft to potential customers and passengers from all parts of the world,” said David Sale, managing director, Middle East, Africa. “The Bell 505 is the ideal aircraft for any form of travel and offers a smooth, exciting ride for a competitive price.”

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