Patria to support Norwegian Bell 412s
Patria Helicopters has signed a contract with the Norwegian Defense Logistics Organisation (NDLO) for the maintenance of the Norwegian armed forces’ Bell 412 helicopters, the company announced on 26 September.
The four-year contract includes an option for an additional three years. The estimated value of the contract is $8.38 million.
The work covers the Bell 412 helicopter fleets based at Rygge and Bardufoss. They will be maintained from Patria’s facilities in Arlanda, Sweden.
Peter Örjes, managing director at Patria Helicopters, said: ‘We are very proud and happy for this contract which shows the trust we have gained with the NDLO.’
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