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Classic Air Medical expands southwestern services with additional 407GXi
Classic Air Medical has increased its current fleet of rotorcraft and fixed-wing modern aircraft with the addition of five Bell 407GXi helicopters.
For Classic Air Medical it is exciting to be adding five new Bell 407's to its existing fleet.

Classic Air Medical has signed a purchase agreement with Bell for five 407GXi helicopters to provide medical transport in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming.

Classic Air Medical currently operates a fleet of rotorcraft and fixed-wing modern aircraft, with capabilities including advanced avionics and night vision goggles.

"We're excited to add five new Bell 407s to our existing fleet,” says Tony Henderson, CEO, Classic Air Medical. “Bell has always been our number one choice due to the reliability of the aircraft and Bell's outstanding customer service."

“For more than 30 years, Classic Air Medical and its team have provided critical aerial response and care to the southwestern territory,” says Jay Ortiz, Bell vice president, commercial business, Americas. “We are proud that, like many other air medical service operators around the world, Classic Air Medical continues to put its trust in the Bell 407GXi's performance and readiness and in our commitment to support this industry.”

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