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Author: Doubting Thomas   Date: 10/11/2019 9:27:29 PM  +0/-0   Show Orig. Msg (this window) Or  In New Window

If that were the case, then Transport Canada would have a record of a C-number being assigned to a particular airframe serial number.  Some of the 505's on the production list have no C-numbers assigned at all.  Others have C-numbers assigned that simply don't show up in the Transport Canada database.  Look at the last one built, MSN301.  The registration number assigned to it is C-GBUH, but Transport Canada shows no record of that registration.  Or go back further, to MSN 224.  That one is supposed to be C-GHFZ but it's not in Transport Canada's database either.   (BTW, of the 65 model 505's with U.S. N-numbers, 13 of them are registered to Bell Helicopter.  Quite the training fleet!)  Curious.


 


So how many 505's has Bell actually sold?  It's hard to figure out.

 
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