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Hawker Pacific & Bell sign regional sales support MoU

written by australianaviation.com.au | February 16, 2014
Hawker Pacific CEO, Alan Smith and Bell Helicopter President and CEO, John Garrison at the signing at the Singapore Airshow. (Hawker Pacific)
Hawker Pacific CEO, Alan Smith and
Bell Helicopter President and CEO, John Garrison at the signing at the Singapore Airshow. (Hawker Pacific)

Hawker Pacific has signed an MoU with Bell Helicopter with the intent to enter into future purchase agreements for various Bell helicopter models based on anticipated market growth. The agreement was signed at the Singapore Airshow by Hawker Pacific CEO, Alan Smith and Bell Helicopter president and CEO, John Garrison.

An accompanying media release says the agreement “reflects the overwhelming response to Bell Helicopter products by the market, and puts Hawker Pacific in a much stronger position to meet that demand.”

“We continue to see growing support and serious enquiries from the market for Bell helicopters across our region,” Tony Jones, Hawker Pacific’s COO – Asia said in the statement. “Based on this feedback, we have put the wheels in motion with this MoU and are planning for numerous aircraft putting us in an even stronger position to meet our customers’ needs in a timely manner.”

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Hawker Pacific & Bell sign regional sales support MoU

written by australianaviation.com.au | February 16, 2014
Hawker Pacific CEO, Alan Smith and Bell Helicopter President and CEO, John Garrison at the signing at the Singapore Airshow. (Hawker Pacific)
Hawker Pacific CEO, Alan Smith and
Bell Helicopter President and CEO, John Garrison at the signing at the Singapore Airshow. (Hawker Pacific)

Hawker Pacific has signed an MoU with Bell Helicopter with the intent to enter into future purchase agreements for various Bell helicopter models based on anticipated market growth. The agreement was signed at the Singapore Airshow by Hawker Pacific CEO, Alan Smith and Bell Helicopter president and CEO, John Garrison.

An accompanying media release says the agreement “reflects the overwhelming response to Bell Helicopter products by the market, and puts Hawker Pacific in a much stronger position to meet that demand.”

“We continue to see growing support and serious enquiries from the market for Bell helicopters across our region,” Tony Jones, Hawker Pacific’s COO – Asia said in the statement. “Based on this feedback, we have put the wheels in motion with this MoU and are planning for numerous aircraft putting us in an even stronger position to meet our customers’ needs in a timely manner.”

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Hawker Pacific & Bell sign regional sales support MoU

written by australianaviation.com.au | February 16, 2014
Hawker Pacific CEO, Alan Smith and Bell Helicopter President and CEO, John Garrison at the signing at the Singapore Airshow. (Hawker Pacific)
Hawker Pacific CEO, Alan Smith and
Bell Helicopter President and CEO, John Garrison at the signing at the Singapore Airshow. (Hawker Pacific)

Hawker Pacific has signed an MoU with Bell Helicopter with the intent to enter into future purchase agreements for various Bell helicopter models based on anticipated market growth. The agreement was signed at the Singapore Airshow by Hawker Pacific CEO, Alan Smith and Bell Helicopter president and CEO, John Garrison.

An accompanying media release says the agreement “reflects the overwhelming response to Bell Helicopter products by the market, and puts Hawker Pacific in a much stronger position to meet that demand.”

“We continue to see growing support and serious enquiries from the market for Bell helicopters across our region,” Tony Jones, Hawker Pacific’s COO – Asia said in the statement. “Based on this feedback, we have put the wheels in motion with this MoU and are planning for numerous aircraft putting us in an even stronger position to meet our customers’ needs in a timely manner.”

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Hawker Pacific & Bell sign regional sales support MoU

written by australianaviation.com.au | February 16, 2014
Hawker Pacific CEO, Alan Smith and Bell Helicopter President and CEO, John Garrison at the signing at the Singapore Airshow. (Hawker Pacific)
Hawker Pacific CEO, Alan Smith and
Bell Helicopter President and CEO, John Garrison at the signing at the Singapore Airshow. (Hawker Pacific)

Hawker Pacific has signed an MoU with Bell Helicopter with the intent to enter into future purchase agreements for various Bell helicopter models based on anticipated market growth. The agreement was signed at the Singapore Airshow by Hawker Pacific CEO, Alan Smith and Bell Helicopter president and CEO, John Garrison.

An accompanying media release says the agreement “reflects the overwhelming response to Bell Helicopter products by the market, and puts Hawker Pacific in a much stronger position to meet that demand.”

“We continue to see growing support and serious enquiries from the market for Bell helicopters across our region,” Tony Jones, Hawker Pacific’s COO – Asia said in the statement. “Based on this feedback, we have put the wheels in motion with this MoU and are planning for numerous aircraft putting us in an even stronger position to meet our customers’ needs in a timely manner.”

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