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Quad A: Bell looks towards the future of vertical lift

6th May 2014 - 12:55 GMT | by Tony Skinner in Nashville


Bell Helicopter is bracing itself for some potentially difficult years as the company looks to offset declining US military revenue with increased international sales.

The V-22 tiltrotor hit its peak in production in 2013 with 41 aircraft delivered – this will drop to 36 in 2014 and 21 the following year – while the company has now been issued formal stop work notices by the army for its work on the OH-58F under the Cockpit and Sensor Upgrade Program (CASUP).

Speaking to reporters at the Quad A exhibition, Bell Helicopter CEO John Garrison said the company was placing renewed

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Tony Skinner


Tony Skinner

Tony Skinner is Shephard Media's Creative Director, overseeing the strategic direction, content development and project …

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