Bell Opens New Office, Delivers 412EP to Tokyo

By Staff Writer | March 20, 2015
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Bell Helicopter has officially opened its new Bell Helicopter Co., Ltd. office in Tokyo, Japan.  Located in Ebisu Garden Place Tower, the new office is within walking distance of the headquarters of long-standing business partner, Fuji Heavy Industries. In celebration of the company’s rich history in the market and commitment to expanding its offerings in Japan, a series of events were held this week including an inaugural customer reception held on March 19. The reception was hosted by Bell Helicopter President and CEO, John Garrison, and attended by VIP guests including the honorable Mackenzie Clugston, Ambassador of Canada to Japan, and Jessica Webster, Minister Counselor for Economic and Science Affairs from the US Embassy in Japan.


Photo courtesy of Bell Helicopter

Garrison hosted the inaugural customer reception of Bell Helicopter’s new office following the delivery of a Bell 412EP to Bell Helicopter’s long-standing customer, Nishi Nippon Airlines Co., Ltd., on March 19. The sale and delivery were the first conducted through Bell Helicopter’s new office in Tokyo, and is the 33rd Bell aircraft the customer has owned since the delivery of its first helicopter, a Bell 47G1 in 1956.



Photo courtesy of Bell Helicopter

An educational Customer Seminar was also held earlier in the day, providing current and potential customers an overview of Bell’s commercial and military aircraft and customer support and service offerings available.

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