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Bell responds to demand by launching an MRO in Canada
Bell has operated its facility in Mirabel, Canada for 35 years, and now it supports MRO capabilities. The move comes after it saw an increase in demand for the service from its customers in North America.
Since entering the Canadian market in 1986, Bell has supported the Canadian Coast Guard, the Royal Canadian Air Force, the Sûreté du Québec and private owners in North America.

Bell Textron has launched a new maintenance, repair and overhaul service at its Mirabel, Canada facility. An increased demand for customer support and services in North America prompted Bell to provide MRO services directly to operators of its aircraft in Canada. The Mirabel facility provides services to a range of aircraft from the Bell 206 to the commercial aircraft currently being produced.

"We are proud to offer this new capability in our Mirabel facility for our customers,” says Steeve Lavoie, president of Bell Textron Canada Ltd. “We have been in Mirabel for 35 years, conducting composite, final assembly, completion and paint capabilities in our facility, along with technical and product support engineering on site.”

Since entering the Canadian market in 1986, Bell has supported the Canadian Coast Guard, the Royal Canadian Air Force, the Sûreté du Québec and private owners in North America.

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