Aero Products, a Bell CSF, is pleased with Bell’s latest policy changes regarding the sale of new Bell parts.
Beginning July 1, 2018, Customer Service Facilities, like Aero Products, will be permitted to sell Bell parts to certified Part 145, or Civil Aviation Authority equivalent repair stations if the following conditions apply:
Repair station purchasing Bell parts MUST be using parts to directly servicing a Bell Owner/Operator.
CSF will be responsible to verify that Part 145, or Civil Aviation Authority repair station is providing direct support to a Bell Owner/Operator.
Bell restricts the CSF from selling parts to customers who are engaged in the brokering of Bell parts.
Aero Products is very pleased with Bell’s updated policy and applauds Bell for listening to feedback from their customers. We at Aero Products share Bell’s desire for maximizing customer service levels and improving the distribution of Bell parts.
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