WHO WE ARE NOT Perhaps this is how Bell Helicopter views us, BUT THIS IS WHO WE ARE! EDUCATION 39% bachelor’s degrees 17% master’s degrees INCOME Average household income $145,494 Average household net worth $778,422 HOUSING Average home value $300,593 From the City of Keller website 2016 statisticsRead More WHO WE ARE NOT!
Why don’t the Bell pilots fly 105 kts maximum as outlined in Bell’s procedures for flight over a noise sensitive area on the HAI website? https://www.rotor.org/portals/1/bell/bell427_429.pdf Are the people of Keller not worth the effort? The altitude and airspeed in the screenshot were confirmed visually. Ask any VFR pilot – 189 knots at 700′ AGL […]Read More Fast & Furious
“Let’s check Bell’s track record on previous promises: Noise surveys – no GPS tracking data – no Registration numbers displayed on the bottom of the helicopters – no VFR corridors – no. Would involve redesign of the regional airspace and ruled out by the FAA several years ago. Additional town halls – no Twin-engine […]Read More Bell Helicopter Track Record on Promises Made and Not Fulfilled.
Winner of the Runoff for Keller, TX Mayor Pat McGrail (Mayor of Keller) My professional background is aviation and I am very familiar with flight paths and plans. Additionally, I was part of the American Airlines Management Team for many years, so I know how large aviation corporations work and conduct their business. Pair that experience […]Read More New Mayor Pat McGrail and new Place 6 Representative Tag Green share their opinions regarding Bell Helicopter flying over Keller, Texas
Who We Are We are a group of citizens from the cities of Hurst, Watauga, Keller, North Richland Hills, Bedford, Elizabethtown, Roanoke, Justin, Trophy Club, and parts of Westlake, Texas who have been negatively impacted by a decision #Bell Helicopter/Textron made in 2015 to cut costs. Their classroom and storage facility was moved from Alliance […]Read More WHO WE ARE