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Bell 429 helicopter headed Down Under

written by australianaviation.com.au | August 14, 2014
Landing gear for the Bell 429 was at the centre of a patent dispute between Bell and Eurocopter.
A Bell 429.

Hawker Pacific is bringing a Bell 429 configured for emergency medical services (EMS) to Australia and New Zealand for a demonstration.

In an EMS configuration the 429 can carry two litter or rescue baskets as well as two medical staff and two crew, will be in New Zealand from August 11-21 and in Australia from September 1-19.

Hawker Pacific distributes Bell Helicopters in Australia and New Zealand.

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