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JGAS signs up for Japan's first Designer Series Bell 429
The Japan General Aviation Service Group has bought its second Bell helicopter, the first of the Designer Series to operate in Japan.
Japan Biz Aviation will use the Bell 429 to provide corporate relocation and other services in Japan.

Japan General Aviation Service (JGAS), an aircraft sales and aftermarket support provider, is to purchase the country's first Designer Series Bell 429.

After delivery, its Japan Biz Aviation (JBZ) subsidiary will use it for corporate relocation and other services. This will be the second Bell Helicopter operated by JBZ.

"We are honoured by the trust JBZ has placed in Bell through its purchase of the first Designer Series Bell 429 helicopter," says Takuya Masamura, country manager, Bell Japan. "Working closely with JGAS Group, we are confident that we can demonstrate the strong value Bell and JGAS provide to Japanese customers through an optimised experience for its Bell Helicopters."

Bell's Designer Series elevates the Bell 429 cabin with superior leathers, enhanced upholstery, hardwood flooring, complementary metal finishes and leather details.

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