It is not a new product, but Bell Helicopter CEO Mitch Snyder is hoping that the company’s vision for future rotorcraft is one the rest of the industry could get behind. Snyder, who became CEO of Bell in October 2015, wants to return the company to its innovative past, an era that saw the company develop the first tiltrotor and the first variable-swept fixed-wing jet, the Bell X-5 among others. And with the unveiling of the FC-X on March 7 at Heli-Expo in Dallas, Snyder is keen to ...

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