Air Ambulance Technology in Austria holds 30 STCs for both fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters
The Beijing Red Cross Emergency Medical Center’s specialty configured Gulfstream G550 aircraft will be utilised for disaster relief and air rescue services.
The medevac interior of the Beijing Red Cross Emergency Medical Center G550
The G550 has been extensively modified to include advanced equipment to sustain and stabilise critically ill patients during flight.
Dassault Aviation delivered this medically configured Falcon 2000LX in 2015
Airbus helicopters make up 55% of the global HEMS helicopter fleet
The medical interior of Air Ambulance Technology’s H135
Royal Flying Doctor Service PC-12s are often called to isolated locations in the Australian outback
The Pilatus PC-12 is a workhorse of air ambulance operations worldwide, as with this example seen over Lake Superior
Leonardo’s AW169 is popular with EMS operators in the UK Dorset and Somerset
Certification for ten passengers increases the utility and appeal of the Pilatus PC-24
Sixteen PC-24s are now being used for EMS work, including this example deployed in North Slope Borough in Alaska
Two PC-24s are on stand-by in daytime at the Swedish Air Ambulance’s new emergency base at Arlanda Airport, north of Stockholm
A Royal Flying Doctor Service PC-24 in patient loading configuration
THE ROYAL Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) Western Operations division took delivery of its first Pilatus PC-24 in a ceremony in Stans on November 26, 2018.
The EPIShuttle medical isolation system developed by Pilatus and Aerolite
A medevac interior in a Royal Flying Doctor Service PC-24