The dynamic capabilities of the Bell 407 have earned it a reputation for reliability and versatility. And in Switzerland, the Bell 407 GXi, with its ability to quickly and efficiently access the picturesque terrain, is hard at work thrilling global customers and serving communities. While there is an impressive range of Bell aircraft operating in the country, performing a variety of missions, the Bell 407 GXi has captured the attention of operators and customers alike.
This aerial asset also eases transportation needs and limits personal contact – a key concern because of the current pandemic. And the views it affords aren’t bad, either.
Hear from Daniel Borer, CEO and Owner of Centaurium Aviation, about the impact the Bell 407 GXi has made on their business:
“We are already operating five Bell 505 aircraft and a Bell 407GXP, which deliver outstanding experiences to our clients throughout our mountainous region. We love challenging these wonderful aircraft in high altitudes and summertime hot conditions,” says Borer. “The performance is just amazing! Now, we’re excited to extend our fleet with three new Bell 407 GXi aircraft. It’s a great opportunity to benefit from the multi-mission capability of this proven platform.”
Bell is held in high regard in Europe for excellent customer service plans. “Adding the Bell CAP System simplifies maintenance management, making our cost calculations more reliable and maintenance expenditures more predictable.”
Borer says this aircraft and Bell’s support services live up to the standards of the Swiss. “Switzerland is known as the worldwide center of luxury, high-quality, precision watchmaking. Swiss helicopter customers have the same quality expectations for their aircraft, and the Bell 407 GXi surpasses them.”
Joining Bell’s global fleet also means receiving unparalleled customer support and experiencing the best vertical lift flights available. The Bell 407 GXi has unlocked new opportunities for Bell customers and continues to thrill operators across the globe. As for Europe, Bell’s team and customer base continues to grow, discovering new ways to support their businesses and citizens with amazing vertical lift solutions.
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