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Vinair is first in line for the Grand New
Portugal's Vinair Aeroservicos S.A. has become the launch customer for the Grand New after ordering two of the light twin engine helicopters.

Portugal's Vinair Aeroservicos S.A. has become the launch customer for the Grand New after ordering two of the light twin engine helicopters. Chief pilot Luis Inacio Dos Santos says the first next generation Grand should be delivered this summer and will be used for corporate transport.

He adds: "The next generation of the Grand model will significantly enhance Vinair Aeroservicos operations providing unprecedented levels of advanced technology, cabin space and comfort, performance, safety and low operating costs and offering a unique flight experience."

Vinair Aeroservicos operates mixed rotary and fixed wing aircraft that serve clients travelling to destinations in Portugal, Europe, the Americas, Africa and Asia.

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