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First of two Mercedes Benz Style H145s arrives at Korfez
Korfez Aviation in Turkey has taken delivery of the first H145 Mercedes Benz Style helicopter. This is the first of two rotorcraft acquired by Korfez to expand its business aviation fleet and is available for charter.
Read this story in our February 2016 printed issue.

Korfez Aviation in Turkey has taken delivery of the first H145 Mercedes Benz Style helicopter. This is the first of two rotorcraft acquired by Korfez to expand its business aviation fleet and is available for charter. The second H145 Mercedes Benz Style is expected to be delivered in March.

Part of Dogus Group, the operator offers trips to the Turkish southern Mediterranean coast and beyond from its main operations centre at Istanbul Ataturk airport.

“We are thrilled to be the first to introduce the H145 Mercedes Benz in Turkey and among the first in the world to operate this type,” says general director Mujdat Yucel. “We have chosen this helicopter as it is top of the light/medium-sized twin-engine class. We are convinced that its redesigned cabin interior will meet and exceed our customers' expectations of comfort and exclusivity.”

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