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Bel Air selects AW139 for offshore services
Denmark's Bel Air has taken delivery of the first of several ordered AW139 medium twins.

Denmark's Bel Air has taken delivery of the first of several ordered AW139 medium twins. Susanne Lastein, md, says the aircraft will be used in a 12-seat configuration for offshore services.

She adds: "The Bel Air team decided to buy AW139 helicopters after a meticulous comparison between all offshore helicopters in the medium weight class. The AW139 is the perfect type for Bel Air to expand its operations into the offshore market and to provide our customers with the service they require." Lastein says Bel Air likes the payload, performance, multi-role capability and flexibility. "We specialise in services including offshore transport and training but the AW139 can be used for a number of other applications, including charter."

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