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Business owner Stever has new corporate AS350 B2

August 25, 2014  By Carey Fredericks

corporate_as350_b2Aug. 25, 2014, Fort Erie, Ont. - Business owner and aviation enthusiast, Harvey Stever has taken delivery of an AS350 B2 for private use, based in Quebec City

"I have chosen the AS350 B2 for the fact that it is a well-proven aircraft in Canada, with low operating costs, powerful capabilities, enhanced safety and comfort,” said Stever. “It will allow for more freedom in regards to range and additional payload. Being given the ability to customize the aircraft configuration to meet my mission requirements was fantastic."

The aircraft is customized with a wide variety of optional equipment including; customized leather seats, fitted interior panels, high visibility paint for main rotor blades, cargo pods, cargo swing and long lining installation, cargo mirror and long lining enlarged floor window, oil filter, fuel filter, sand filter and customized avionics package.

“We are extremely pleased that Mr. Stever has chosen Airbus Helicopters Canada and in particular the AS350, confirming its popularity for corporate customers and reputation as the reference in single engine helicopters,” said Romain Trapp, President, Airbus Helicopters Canada. “We look forward to supporting Mr. Stever’s aviation requirements for years to come.”

The multipurpose, single-engine AS350 B2, powered by a Turbomeca Arriel 1D1 engine, has an outstanding proven track record. Its flexibility and low acquisition cost have made it a very sought-after helicopter capable of performing a wide range of missions including; passenger transportation, aerial work, training, observation, firefighting and law enforcement, among others. With its spacious and comfortable cabin accommodating one pilot plus up to six passengers, the AS350 B2 is especially appreciated for its passenger transportation capabilities for VIP missions, tourist flights and public service tasks. Its wide cabin and panoramic view ensures optimum visibility for both passengers and crew.



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