Great North Air Ambulance to add third Dauphin

Great North Air Ambulance to add third Dauphin 9 Jun, 10, Source: HeliHub.com

HeliHub.com notes that an N2 Dauphin in the UK has been registered G-NHAB, the consecutive out-of-sequence registration to Dauphin G-NHAA operated by Great North Air Ambulance.  This is in line with a story we ran in late March, where the UK EMS operator stated that they G-NHAA was the first of two to be supplied by Multiflight to GNAA.  Multiflight is based at Leeds-Bradford airport and has a long history of Dauphin operation and maintenance.

Great North Air Ambulance has historically had three bases, but in February reduced this to two after the cost of operating their Bo105 proved too much (see HeliHub.com story).  We thus expect this third Dauphin to be based at Otterburn Camp and use callsign “Helimed 20”.

From their website – “The Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) operates a fleet of helicopters based across the north east and cumbria. It has been proven time and time again that helicopters are vital for the transportation of time-critical injured or ill patients to specialising hospitals, and it is the aim of GNAAS to provide the people of the north with the best quality car line with a story we ran in late March, where the UK EMS operator stated that they G-NHAA was the first of two to be supplied by Multiflight to GNAA.  Multiflight is based at Leeds-Bradford airport and has a long history of Dauphin operation and maintenance.

Great North Air Ambulance has historically had three bases, but in February reduced this to two after the cost of operating their Bo105 proved too much (see HeliHub.com story).  We thus expect this third Dauphin to be based at Otterburn Camp and use callsign “Helimed 20”.

From their website – “The Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) operates a fleet of helicopters based across the north east and cumbria. It has been proven time and time again that helicopters are vital for the transportation of time-critical injured or ill patients to specialising hospitals, and it is the aim

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