Bell’s Commercial Assembly and Delivery Centre supports the final design and build phases for all Bell commercial aircraft globally before their entry into service. The facility in Mirabel houses more than 1,200 employees who design, manufacture, test, type certify, maintain, repair and overhaul aircraft, along with providing customized paint services. To provide the best-in-class aircraft for a broad range of customers on a global scale, Bell’s commercial aircraft paint process ensures top-quality, customized designs to suit each customer’s vision.
Whether applying a standard coat to match a uniform fleet or developing unique designs to create a customer’s signature paint scheme, Bell’s teams are capable of it all. Watch the process in action with this time-lapse of a Bell 505 receiving a custom paint job.
“Our teams take great pride in creating and implementing captivating aircraft designs for our customers,” said Jacynthe Curotte, vice president of Operations, Bell Textron Canada. “As one of the final steps, the paint application adds a finishing touch to the full product build process, preparing the aircraft for final delivery.”
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