AgustaWestland AW139
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denmark Bel Air Aviation







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Helicopters

Bel Air Aviation AW139

Used in offshore transport configuration to ferry passenger to oil and gas installations in the North Sea.

Bel Air is an authorized service centre for the AW139 in Denmark.


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Bel Air AW139 OY-HJL Passing 30.000 Landings, 03-Feb-17 : Bel Air’s first AW139 entered service back in 2009 completed 30,000 landings

Bel Air Takes Delivery of Another AW139, 20-Jun-13 : AgustaWestland, a Finmeccanica company, is pleased to announce the delivery of an additional AW139 helicopter to Bel Air of Denmark.

Bel Air Takes Delivery of Its Second AW139, 05-Apr-12 : AgustaWestland, a Finmeccanica company, is pleased to announce that Bel Air of Denmark has taken delivery of its second AW139 medium twin helicopter. The 12-seat configured aircraft will perform offshore transport operations and joins the first helicopter, named “Spirit of Agusta”. A number of additional AW139s are expected to enter service with Bel Air in the future.

Bel Air first AW139 enters service, 08-Jul-09 : AgustaWestland, a Finmeccanica company, is pleased to announce that Bel Air’s first AW139 medium twin helicopter named “Spirit of Agusta” has entered service. The 12 seat configured aircraft, which has started flying offshore transport missions, was delivered to the Danish customer last month. This AW139 is the first of several that will be delivered to Bel Air. Additionally, Bel Air has also been appointed as official AgustaWestland Service Centre for the AW139 in Denmark.

Bel Air Received First AW139, 16-Jun-09 : Bel Air of Denmark received their first AW139 helicopter to be used in offshore transport missions






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