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Maintenance made easier by Bell and P&W
Bell and Pratt & Whitney have created a single point of contact for their maintenance programmes. Customers can access a P&W Eagle Service Plan when enrolling onto Bell's Customer Advantage Plan.

Bell 212, 412, 427 and 429 helicopter customers can now benefit from a single point of contact to learn about and enroll in Pratt & Whitney (P&W) aircraft and engine maintenance plans. When enrolling an aircraft into Bell's Customer Advantage Plan (CAP), they will also have the option to sign up for a P&W Eagle Service Plan (ESP) for their engine maintenance needs.

“We are pleased to work with Bell to offer our customers a more convenient way to maximise the value of their aircraft and engines,” says P&W vice president, customer service Satheeshkumar Kumarasingam. “With an Eagle Service Plan, customers can keep their engines performing at their best and ready for takeoff at a moment's notice. They can also reduce unplanned maintenance and expenses while increasing time between maintenance events.”

Bell 427 and 429 helicopter owners can choose ESP Platinum or Gold coverage for their PW207 engines, and Bell 212 and 412 helicopter owners can select ESP Gold or Gold Lite for their PT6T Twin-Pac engines.

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