Bright Spots: Bell’s David Sale on Reasons for Optimism in the APAC Rotary Market

by Global Sky Team

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ASG’s Max Buirski talks to Bell Managing Director David Sale about opportunities in the APAC para-public sector, the need for vertical lift in disaster response and relief, why the 525 is the right platform for both a recovering offshore oil and gas market as well as the growing need for SAR in Asia Pacific, growing their service center business in Singapore, refurbishing older aircraft and age restrictions, gaining traction with the 505 and the potential for tourism and urban air mobility in heavily congested Asian cities, where Bell is going with electric vehicles and how we should think about the future of UAM.

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