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Viterra and STARS Team Up To Launch Calendar Campaign Fundraiser

Viterra and STARS Team Up To Launch Calendar Campaign Fundraiser

20-Sep-2021Source: Viterra

Viterra Inc. (“Viterra”) announced that it is once again teaming up with STARS to sponsor its 2022 fundraising calendar. This initiative is STARS’ second largest fundraiser, with tens of thousands of calendars sold annually. The calendars will be available for purchase at most Viterra facilities in Western Canada. This year’s campaign kicked off at STARS’... Read more

Swiss Air-Rescue Rega partners with Dufour Aerospace on Aero3 eVTOL aircraft

Swiss Air-Rescue Rega partners with Dufour Aerospace on Aero3 eVTOL aircraft

14-Sep-2021Source: Dufour Aerospace

Dufour Aerospace and Swiss Air-Rescue Rega – the leading Swiss air rescue organization – announced development cooperation for the air ambulance version of Aero3, Dufour Aerospace’s new and innovative aircraft for patient transport and emergency medical services. The Aero3 is the first of its kind to feature a tilt-wing design with exceptional space, load, and... Read more

Cornwall Air Ambulance welcomes new CEO

Cornwall Air Ambulance welcomes new CEO

14-Sep-2021Source: Cornwall Air Ambulance

Cornwall Air Ambulance has welcomed a new Chief Executive Officer, Tim Bunting. Tim brings a wealth of experience with him, having previously worked for BBC Children in Need and held senior fundraising roles in the South West. In his first week in the job, Tim sat down to answer some questions about the role, his... Read more

CareFlight Air and Mobile Services Receives Tenth Accreditation

CareFlight Air and Mobile Services Receives Tenth Accreditation

14-Sep-2021Source: CareFlight

CareFlight Air and Mobile Services recently received its 10th consecutive three-year accreditation from the Commission on the Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS). Premier Health’s CareFlight, which celebrates 38 years of service this fall, has been continuously CAMTS-accredited since 1994 – one of the first programs in the United States to undergo a review by... Read more

Blade Announces Agreement to Acquire Trinity Air Medical

Blade Announces Agreement to Acquire Trinity Air Medical

14-Sep-2021Source: Blade Air Mobility

Blade Air Mobility, Inc. (Nasdaq:BLDE, “Blade” or the “Company”), a technology-powered global air mobility platform announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Trinity Air Medical, Inc. (“Trinity”), a nationwide, multi-modal organ logistics and transportation company. The transaction is expected to close during the week of September 13, 2021, subject to customary... Read more

Taranaki Rescue to replace AW109 with BK117

Taranaki Rescue to replace AW109 with BK117

8-Sep-2021Source: Taranaki Rescue Helicopter Trust

The Taranaki Rescue Helicopter Trust announces it will replace the A109 helicopter that has served the region for the last 12 years. Its replacement, a BK117 aircraft is the most common rescue helicopter in New Zealand. It is a larger aircraft that can comfortably accommodate the increase in equipment required to enable the best possible... Read more

Russian Helicopters will supply four Arctic Mi-8AMTSh-VA to the Emergencies Ministry

Russian Helicopters will supply four Arctic Mi-8AMTSh-VA to the Emergencies Ministry

7-Sep-2021Source: Russian Helicopters

Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant (U-UAZ) of the Russian Helicopters holding (part of the Rostec State Corporation) and the Ministry of the Russian Federation for Civil Defense, Emergencies and Disaster Relief, within the framework of the Eastern Economic Forum, signed an agreement for the supply of four Arctic Mi helicopters -8AMTSH-VA. The document was signed by the... Read more

LCI grounds two Elitaliana AW169s

LCI grounds two Elitaliana AW169s

2-Sep-2021Source: HeliHub.com

There are very few countries where the national registration authority openly lists a registration cancellation as being due to an IDERA (Irrevocable Deregistration and Export Request Authorisation).  The website of CAA in Australia describes an IDERA as “a voluntary measure that provides greater security to creditors by preventing a debtor from flying an aircraft to... Read more

New Bozeman-based Billings Clinic air ambulance now in operation

New Bozeman-based Billings Clinic air ambulance now in operation

31-Aug-2021Source: Metro Aviation

Billings Clinic is pleased to announce that its new helicopter air ambulance service in Bozeman is now in service. This is an expansion of the Billings-based fixed wing MedFlight Air Ambulance service and provides an extension of critical lifesaving transportation throughout the region. “Having this service in Bozeman saves critical time for patients who need... Read more

DRF Luftrettung flies its millionth mission

DRF Luftrettung flies its millionth mission

30-Aug-2021Source: DRF Luftrettung

On August 19, 2021, DRF Luftrettung and its subsidiaries carried out the one millionth air rescue mission – each with the aim of providing medical care to people in need as quickly as possible. In addition to the historical number that was reached at the Munich station on behalf of all emergency crews, the air rescuers... Read more

Bolt taxi app partners with London’s Air Ambulance Charity

Bolt taxi app partners with London’s Air Ambulance Charity

25-Aug-2021Source: London’s Air Ambulance Charity

Bolt, London’s fastest growing ride-hailing operator is partnering with London’s Air Ambulance Charity in recognition of their 32 year service providing round the clock trauma care to the people of London. London’s Air Ambulance is reliant on public donations to meet its annual running costs of £11 million. As an adoptive Londoner, the afternoon of... Read more

HealthNet Aeromedical Services Receives 2021 National Safety in EMS Award

HealthNet Aeromedical Services Receives 2021 National Safety in EMS Award

23-Aug-2021Source: HealthNet Aeromedical Services

The National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT) and the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) have selected HealthNet Aeromedical Services as the recipient of the 2021 Safety in EMS Award. Sponsored by Horton Emergency Vehicles, the award was established to recognize an organization that has significantly contributed to advancing EMS practitioner and/or patient safety. “HealthNet... Read more

Christoph 37 passes landmark 20,000th mission

Christoph 37 passes landmark 20,000th mission

23-Aug-2021Source: DRF Luftrettung

Christoph 37, the red and white helicopter of the DRF Luftrettung, is needed in the region around Nordhausen – his operational figures show that. On Friday, August 13, 2021, the crew turned 20,000. Alarmed times. A serious heart attack, a head-on collision on the country road – a life is often at stake when the... Read more

STARS receives $1 Million donation

STARS receives $1 Million donation

20-Aug-2021Source: STARS

STARS is thrilled to receive a generous $1 million gift from Tourmaline Oil Corp. (“Tourmaline”), Canada’s largest natural gas producer. The multi-year donation will support STARS’ operations across Western Canada, while also benefiting our municipal neighbours. “We’re excited to support STARS and ensure the highest level of critical care is available to people when they... Read more

EMS app for patient details brings success to software company Surge

EMS app for patient details brings success to software company Surge

20-Aug-2021Source: Surge

Newcastle-based software company Surge have recently launched a dedicated new brand Surge MedTech, as they continue to grow in the digital healthcare space. In 2019, Surge partnered with the Great North Air Ambulance who were looking for a way to move away from paper records and keep a digital log of all the work they... Read more

Mercy Flight Central contracts for four IFR Leonardo AW119Kx

Mercy Flight Central contracts for four IFR Leonardo AW119Kx

19-Aug-2021Source: Leonardo

Leonardo have announced that Mercy Flight Central, a medical provider located in western New York, has signed a contract for four IFR- certified AW119Kxs for EMS transport missions. Delivery of the first aircraft is expected in 2022. These new IFR capable aircraft will allow in-flight critical care and the transport of patients within Mercy Flight’s... Read more

Leonardo Announces Mercy Flight Central contracts for IFR-Variant AW119Kx

Leonardo Announces Mercy Flight Central contracts for IFR-Variant AW119Kx

18-Aug-2021Source: Leonardo

Leonardo announced that Mercy Flight Central, a medical provider located in western New York, has signed a contract for four IFR- certified AW119Kxs for EMS transport missions. Delivery of the first aircraft is expected in 2022. These new IFR capable aircraft will allow in-flight critical care and the transport of patients within Mercy Flight’s 150-mile... Read more

ADAC Luftrettung takes delivery of its first two five-bladed H145s

ADAC Luftrettung takes delivery of its first two five-bladed H145s

17-Aug-2021Source: Airbus Helicopters

ADAC Luftrettung, one of Europe’s biggest Helicopter Emergency Medical Services (HEMS) operators, has taken delivery of its first two five-bladed H145s. Furthermore, the German HEMS operator will upgrade its current fleet of 14 four-bladed H145s to the five-bladed rotor system. “By investing in new aircraft alongside the upgrade of our existing H145 fleet, we are... Read more

EAAA reveal July was busiest month in over four years

EAAA reveal July was busiest month in over four years

17-Aug-2021Source: EAAA

EAAA has revealed that July was the charity’s busiest month on record in over four years and EAAA’s busiest ever July. The air ambulance charity, which has two teams covering Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire, was tasked 266 times across the region in July. This was 38 times more than in June, where the charity... Read more

Canadian Coast Guard conducts BVLOS Trials of UAS for future SAR use

Canadian Coast Guard conducts BVLOS Trials of UAS for future SAR use

13-Aug-2021Source: Kongsberg Geospatial

The Canadian Coast Guard was in Oklahoma recently, albeit virtually. Kongsberg Geospatial announced today they successfully conducted Phase 1 trials of the Martin UAV V-BAT on behalf of the Canadian Coast Guard at a UAS test facility operated by the Chocktaw Indian Nation of Oklahoma, in rural southeastern Oklahoma. The Canadian Coast Guard is conducting... Read more

Boston MedFlight passes 85,000 patient milestone

Boston MedFlight passes 85,000 patient milestone

13-Aug-2021Source: Boston MedFlight

Boston MedFlight, the 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides critical care transport by air and ground has announced that it recently surpassed the 85,000 patient transport mark since its founding in 1985.  Boston MedFlight’s headquarters is located at Hanscom Field in Bedford, Massachusetts. Boston MedFlight cares for more than 4,600 patients annually, including the most critically... Read more

The Toll Ambulance Rescue Helicopter Service reaches the 20,000 hours milestone

The Toll Ambulance Rescue Helicopter Service reaches the 20,000 hours milestone

11-Aug-2021Source: Toll Ambulance Rescue Helicopter Service

On July 3, 2021, the Toll Ambulance Rescue Helicopter Service fleet of eight AW139 reached a major aviation milestone.   In just four and a half years, the fleet has flown 20,000 hours and completed more than 10,000 critical care missions at multiple sites, including canyons, crevasses, roadways, rivers, oceans, frozen lakes, cliffs and cruise ships.... Read more

Children’s Air Ambulance reaches 200 missions with Yorkshire Service

Children’s Air Ambulance reaches 200 missions with Yorkshire Service

11-Aug-2021Source: The Children’s Air Ambulance

The Children’s Air Ambulance has flown the Embrace Yorkshire & Humber Infant & Children’s Transport Service (Embrace) no fewer than 200 times. The Children’s Air Ambulance is a national service, which supports paediatric and neonatal care through the high-speed, potentially lifesaving transfer of critically ill babies and children, flying them from one hospital to another... Read more

Hampshire & IOW Air Ambulance Trustee Chairman steps down

Hampshire & IOW Air Ambulance Trustee Chairman steps down

11-Aug-2021Source: Hampshire & IOW Air Ambulance

Sir John joined the HIOWAA Board of Trustees in July 2016 and was appointed Chairman of Trustees in February 2017, staying on after his four-year term ended to oversee the appointments of six new Trustees and the new Chief Executive Officer. Sir John was in place and played a crucial role in advising and overseeing... Read more

Texas blocked from regulating air ambulance charges

Texas blocked from regulating air ambulance charges

10-Aug-2021Source: Claims Journal

A federal appellate court ruled Wednesday that the Texas Workers’ Compensation Division may not enforce a law that regulates fees charged by air ambulance companies that transport injured workers from accident scenes. See Full Story.... Read more

Airbus delivers first five-bladed H145 in North America to STARS Air Ambulance

Airbus delivers first five-bladed H145 in North America to STARS Air Ambulance

9-Aug-2021Source: Airbus

STARS Air Ambulance, an Airbus operator for more than 35 years, is the first customer in North America to operate the new five-bladed H145 following the acceptance of their new helicopter today in Fort Erie, Ontario. This latest version of the H145 family is their sixth delivery in the company’s fleet renewal plan and the... Read more

HealthNet Aeromedical Services adds an Airbus EC145e in West Virginia

HealthNet Aeromedical Services adds an Airbus EC145e in West Virginia

9-Aug-2021Source: HealthNet Aeromedical Services

The addition of a new helicopter in Morgantown, West Virginia is yet another commitment by HealthNet Aeromedical Services and WVU Medicine to improve critical care transport for patients in the region. “The power, safety features, and advanced medical capabilities of this upgraded aircraft will undoubtedly enhance the ability of our flight teams to save lives,”... Read more

Vincorion receives 100 rescue hoist order

Vincorion receives 100 rescue hoist order

6-Aug-2021Source: VINCORION

Mechatronics manufacturer VINCORION has received an order to supply 100 hydraulic Rescue Hoist Systems (RHS) for military transport helicopters. The contract has a total value of approximately 11.5 million euros, spread over the period between now and 2028. Deliveries are scheduled to begin in the third quarter of 2021. “We developed our hydraulic Rescue Hoist... Read more

DRF issue 2020 Annual Report

DRF issue 2020 Annual Report

6-Aug-2021Source: DRF Luftrettung

Not a single helicopter of the DRF Luftrettung has remained on the ground due to corona since the pandemic changed the world in spring 2020 and presented one of Europe’s leading air rescue organizations with unprecedented challenges. The Friends of the DRF Luftrettung supported the necessary measures to overcome the crisis with all the means... Read more

New RACQ LifeFlight Rescue doctors take to the skies of Queensland

New RACQ LifeFlight Rescue doctors take to the skies of Queensland

5-Aug-2021Source: RACQ LifeFlight Rescue

Twenty-five new RACQ LifeFlight Rescue Critical Care Doctors are jumping on board Queensland’s rescue choppers and jets, ready to bring advanced medical care to sick or injured patients, often in some of the state’s most challenging locations. The selected doctors have completed an intensive training week at the LifeFlight Training Academy, to prepare them for the... Read more

RACQ LifeFlight Rescue clocks up busiest year on record

RACQ LifeFlight Rescue clocks up busiest year on record

4-Aug-2021Source: RACQ LifeFlight Rescue

LifeFlight Australia has completed a record financial year of saving lives, with RACQ LifeFlight Rescue Air Ambulance jets, community helicopters and critical care doctors coming to the aid of 6,733 people. The jet and helicopter crews were busier than ever, flying more than 4,600 hours in total. “We’re able to provide that high level of care... Read more

Geisinger Jersey Shore Hospital helipad project complete

Geisinger Jersey Shore Hospital helipad project complete

3-Aug-2021Source: Geisinger Jersey Shore Hospital

The new helipad at Geisinger Jersey Shore Hospital is now in service, speeding up the transport time for critically ill and injured patients to get higher-level medical care when necessary. Located above the hospital’s Emergency Department entrance, the helipad is a nearly $2 million investment that enhances care in the local community. Before the helipad’s... Read more

Lithgow Hospital gets new helipad

Lithgow Hospital gets new helipad

28-Jul-2021Source: Lithgow Mercury

Have you noticed construction going on near Lithgow Hospital? Well what you are witnessing is the new helipad being installed. Member for Bathurst Paul Toole made the announcement that construction had started on a new helipad for Lithgow Hospital earlier this month. See Full Story. ... Read more

Devon Air Ambulance reports busy first half of 2021

Devon Air Ambulance reports busy first half of 2021

28-Jul-2021Source: Devon Air Ambulance

The charity assists 577 patients in the first six months of the year with Critical Care Cars deployed to around a quarter of missions. Between the 1 January 2021 to 30 June 2021, Devon Air Ambulance experienced an incredibly busy period with crews deployed to 930 incidents, serving 577 patients. Of these missions, 45.4% were... Read more

Devon Air Ambulance encourages use of What3Words app

Devon Air Ambulance encourages use of What3Words app

27-Jul-2021Source: Devon Air Ambulance

Devon Air Ambulance is encouraging the public to download the free app, to help crews attend the precise location of patients in an emergency. From Monday 26th July to Sunday 1st August, Devon Air Ambulance (DAA) will be taking part in the #KnowExactlyWhere summer safety campaign to raise awareness of the free what3words app and... Read more

Blood is now available on every EAAA air ambulance

Blood is now available on every EAAA air ambulance

27-Jul-2021Source: EAAA

Blood is now available on every EAAA air ambulance mission – how charities and hospitals in East Anglia are working together to save lives   East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) is now permanently able to deliver blood transfusions as a core part of its life-saving service. Following an urgent fundraising appeal made by EAAA in... Read more

DRF reports 100+ callouts per day in first half of 2021

DRF reports 100+ callouts per day in first half of 2021

15-Jul-2021Source: DRF Luftrettung

The first six months of the year were a busy time for the crews of the DRF Luftrettung helicopters and air ambulances: they were called upon 18,356 times to provide rapid and highly professional medical assistance to severely ill or injured people. In the past few weeks, the crews have already noticed an increase in... Read more

25 years of ADAC air rescue in Saarbrücken

25 years of ADAC air rescue in Saarbrücken

8-Jul-2021Source: DRF Luftrettung

The air rescue station Saarbrücken with the rescue helicopter “Christoph 16” of the non-profit ADAC air rescue celebrates its 25th anniversary on July 1st. Since the Federal Border Police took over flight operations in 1996, the flying yellow angels have been alerted around 35,000 times – this corresponds to around 1,400 missions per year. “The station... Read more

DRF launches training program for professional pilots

DRF launches training program for professional pilots

7-Jul-2021Source: DRF Luftrettung

In the future, DRF Luftrettung will train professional helicopter pilots. In 2022 the first “integrated training to become a professional helicopter pilot * in CPL (H) with ATPL theory” will start. For the first time, trainee pilots can benefit from the concentrated expertise of the air rescue organization with their over 45 years of experience in HEMS... Read more

Magpas Air Ambulance appoints new Chairman

Magpas Air Ambulance appoints new Chairman

6-Jul-2021Source: Magpas

John Bridge OBE DL, from Cambridgeshire and previously the Chief Executive of the Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce for 17 years, has been appointed as Magpas Air Ambulance’s Chairman. John brings with him a wealth of business knowledge and experience and has been committed to driving the region’s success throughout his 50 year career. In 1997 his achievements... Read more

Banner Health launches BannerAir™ emergency services

Banner Health launches BannerAir™ emergency services

6-Jul-2021Source: Banner Health

Banner Health and Global Medical Response have partnered to extend air ambulance services in Arizona through BannerAir™, which launches on July 1. This will be the first hospital and air ambulance partnership in the Phoenix metro area in which Banner Health will use these services for hospital-to-hospital transports and on-scene emergency calls. “This partnership between Global... Read more

STARS adds second Airbus H145 in Saskatchewan

STARS adds second Airbus H145 in Saskatchewan

5-Jul-2021Source: STARS

Together with patients, crew, community supporters and government officials, STARS officially welcomed its newest Airbus H145 helicopter to Regina and the province. The aircraft, which entered service in Saskatchewan weeks ago, is the fifth of ten helicopters needed to replace the air ambulance’s fleet across Western Canada. “Today is about bringing us another step closer to... Read more

East Anglian Air Ambulance starts 24×7 ops

East Anglian Air Ambulance starts 24×7 ops

30-Jun-2021Source: East Anglian Air Ambulance

On Wednesday 30 June, a landmark moment for East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) and the provision of emergency critical care in the region, as the charity starts flying 24/7 for the very first time. The gap between 1:30 am and 7am where there has been no helicopter emergency medical service (HEMS) coverage in the region will now... Read more

Air Ambulances UK launches 5 year strategy

Air Ambulances UK launches 5 year strategy

29-Jun-2021Source: Air Ambulances UK

Air Ambulances UK, the national charity for the lifesaving work of air ambulance charities across the UK, is unveiling its new five-year strategy, Saving More Lives Together 2021-2025. The strategy marks a new era for Air Ambulances UK, which joined forces with the former professional membership organisation, the Association of Air Ambulances, last year creating... Read more

Life Link III names new CEO

Life Link III names new CEO

28-Jun-2021Source: Life Link III

Life Link III today announced that its Board of Directors has named Josh Howell as the organization’s next Chief Executive Officer. Howell, who currently serves as the Vice President of Strategy & Business Optimization for the company, will succeed Dr. Steve Sterner on August 2, 2021. Dr. Sterner has been the Interim CEO for the... Read more

AU AirCare sets off on first flight

AU AirCare sets off on first flight

25-Jun-2021Source: Metro Aviation

Liam Bisnett, got into an air ambulance for the first time Tuesday but thankfully the 16-month-old was not sick or injured. “All of the other ones I’ve flown on have been too small,” said his father, Michael, chief flight officer for AU AirCare, after setting Liam into a pilot seat of the EC145e helicopter as it... Read more

LAR and DRF jointly win Adenauer-de Gaulle Prize

LAR and DRF jointly win Adenauer-de Gaulle Prize

24-Jun-2021Source: DRF Luftrettung

The Commissioner for Franco-German Cooperation, Minister of State Michael Roth and the French Ambassador in Luxembourg, Bruno Perdu, presented the Adenauer de Gaulle Prize 2020 to DRF Luftrettung and Luxembourg Air Rescue (LAR) yesterday evening. Stephan Nusser, emergency paramedic / HEMS TC, and Peter Kennemann, pilot, accepted the award at a ceremony in Neumünster Abbey in... Read more

UK Search and Rescue crewman wins bravery award

UK Search and Rescue crewman wins bravery award

23-Jun-2021Source: Bristow

A prestigious Royal Humane Society award has been presented to HM Coastguard Search and Rescue Lydd helicopter winch paramedic Mark Scotland, following his heroic actions in the effort to save a 12-year-old girl off the coast of Kent last year. Mr Scotland was awarded with the Testimonial on Parchment for bravery, which recognises someone who... Read more

Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance add second aircraft for summer months

Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance add second aircraft for summer months

22-Jun-2021

British EMS charity Lincolnshire & Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance (LNAA) have today started a short term contract for a second aircraft. The Leonardo AW109 was ferried today from Sywell to the main LNAA base at Waddington, as seen in these images, and thence to Strubby in the east of Lincolnshire where it will be based until... Read more

Vanderbilt LifeFlight recognised with Star of Life Awards

Vanderbilt LifeFlight recognised with Star of Life Awards

22-Jun-2021Source: Air Methods

We want to congratulate our partner Vanderbilt LifeFlight, the 2020 Association of Air Medical Services transport program of the year, and other Tennessee public safety agencies for their lifesaving work at the 13th annual EMS Star of Life Awards. Hosted by the Children’s Emergency Care Alliance (CECA), the EMS Star of Life Awards is a premier... Read more

ÖAMTC air rescue and RotorSky – competent partners in training

ÖAMTC air rescue and RotorSky – competent partners in training

22-Jun-2021Source: ÖAMTC

An essential safety factor in air rescue is the optimal support of the pilot by the flight rescuer during the different phases of the flight. For this reason, regular cockpit training will also be required by law for flight rescuers at European level from 2022. Reinhard Kraxner, Managing Director ÖAMTC Air Rescue: “Even if we have been actively... Read more

Korean Air to Support First Responders with Hybrid Drones

Korean Air to Support First Responders with Hybrid Drones

22-Jun-2021Source: Korea Air

Korean Air will supply two of its new hybrid unmanned vehicles for a firefighting drone project on Jeju Island, one of Korea’s most popular vacation spots. The Jeju Fire Safety Headquarters has signed an agreement with the airline to provide drones to monitor accident and fire sites in real time, search for missing people in... Read more

SAF orders three H145s for EMS missions in France

SAF orders three H145s for EMS missions in France

21-Jun-2021Source: Airbus Helicopters

SAF Group will be operating three more five-bladed H145s for emergency medical services (EMS) in France. These three aircraft will be based in Grenoble, Valence, and Montpellier. They will complement the three H145s already ordered by SAF in 2018 and 2020, the first of which was delivered recently and will be deployed for EMS missions... Read more

Air Ambulance Partnership Reaches A Milestone

Air Ambulance Partnership Reaches A Milestone

21-Jun-2021Source: Midlands Air Ambulance

Longstanding grant funding from the HELP Appeal now totals a milestone £3.5million since 2014, helping to ensure Midlands Air Ambulance Charity’s pre-hospital rapid response service remains at the forefront of clinical and operational excellence. Currently celebrating 30 years of advanced lifesaving care, Midlands Air Ambulance Charity is entirely reliant on donations from the general public,... Read more

Philips Search & Rescue Trust adds another BK117

Philips Search & Rescue Trust adds another BK117

15-Jun-2021Source: Philips Search & Rescue Trust

Philips Search & Rescue Trust’s (PSRT) newest rescue helicopter – the BK 117-IIX – has taken to the skies on its first mission.  The commissioning of IIX-Reserve is the latest step towards the long-term growth and sustainability of an emergency air rescue service at the highest levels of excellence. The BK117-Reserve machine is available to... Read more

Babcock Scandinavian Air Ambulance selects Auk safety garments

Babcock Scandinavian Air Ambulance selects Auk safety garments

10-Jun-2021

AUK Protection gains Babcock Scandinavian Air Ambulance (BSAA), Uppsala, as a new client. With this, BSAA joins the group of operators choosing to fly their missions in the new EMS Collection by AUK Protection. BSAA offers medical transports with airplane and helicopter from several regions in Scandinavia and will initially be equipping their helicopter pilots... Read more

RACQ LifeFlight Rescue crews make splash during vital training exercise

RACQ LifeFlight Rescue crews make splash during vital training exercise

10-Jun-2021Source: RACQ LifeFlight Rescue

Sunshine Coast residents heard the hum of the Land Rover LifeFlight Special Mission Helicopter, off Mudjimba, as RACQ LifeFlight Rescue crews completed vital water winch training today. “Water winching is the skill we need to practice the most,” Chief Aircrew Officer, Simon Gray, said. “This is really important training for us; it means we can go... Read more

First EMS helipad to be built on Gunsan islands

First EMS helipad to be built on Gunsan islands

9-Jun-2021Source: HeliHub.com

Local press in Korea is reporting that a new heliport is to be built on the island of Gaeya, primarily for air ambulance use. There are no formal landing sites on the island at present, and the plan will not only create a formal handover point from local first responders, but will also promote operational... Read more

Yorkshire Air Ambulance reports on 12 months of COVID operations

Yorkshire Air Ambulance reports on 12 months of COVID operations

9-Jun-2021Source: Yorkshire Air Ambulance

Yorkshire Air Ambulance is a lifesaving rapid response emergency service 365 days a year to the five million people across Yorkshire. On average, the charity responds to five incidents across the entirety of the region every single day. Like many charities across the UK, the recent pandemic brought many new challenges to Yorkshire Air Ambulance... Read more

Midlands Air Ambulance Charity Appoints New Trustees

Midlands Air Ambulance Charity Appoints New Trustees

8-Jun-2021Source: Midlands Air Ambulance

During Volunteers’ Week (1st – 7th June 2021) advanced pre-hospital emergency service, Midlands Air Ambulance Charity, has announced the appointment of Vivienne McVey and Neal Hooper to its Board of Trustees, who joined the organisation after an open selection process. The lifesaving service relies on important voluntary support from more than 200 people across the... Read more

East Anglian Air Ambulance wins national award

East Anglian Air Ambulance wins national award

7-Jun-2021Source: East Anglian Air Ambulance

East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) has been awarded the top spot in this year’s Best Companies list for the Charity Sector for its exceptional employee engagement and support during the pandemic. The charity has also been recognised as the 6th Best Company to Work For in the East of England in the 2021 listings and 14th... Read more

ADAC makes first flight on sustainable aviation fuel

ADAC makes first flight on sustainable aviation fuel

7-Jun-2021Source: Safran

A rescue helicopter has flown on sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) for the first time, achieving a new milestone in international aviation. Operated by the German non-profit organization ADAC Luftrettung, the Airbus H145 rescue helicopter has its Arriel 2E engines ceremonially refuelled with biofuel, a type of SAF, at the air rescue station at Munich’s Harlaching... Read more

Devon Air Ambulance journeys towards sustainability

Devon Air Ambulance journeys towards sustainability

3-Jun-2021Source: Devon Air Ambulance

Devon Air Ambulance recognises that our world is facing a serious and urgent threat to climate change. The journey towards environmental sustainability is ongoing, but sadly it is not something which can be resolved instantly. Instead it is about making a meaningful commitment to addressing the reality of climate breakdown, by acting to radically reduce carbon emissions. The Declaration has been prepared by... Read more

Plymouth Businessman named Patron of Taranaki Rescue Helicopter Trust

Plymouth Businessman named Patron of Taranaki Rescue Helicopter Trust

3-Jun-2021Source: Taranaki Rescue Helicopter Trust

Prominent New Plymouth businessman Bryce Barnett has been named as Patron of the Taranaki Rescue Helicopter Trust. Barnett was welcomed into the honorary role during a small ceremony at the Taranaki Rescue Helicopter hangar at New Plymouth Base Hospital today. Barnett spent eight years with the Trust, taking the reins as Chairman in 2012 and... Read more

Children’s Air Ambulance win prestigious healthcare award

Children’s Air Ambulance win prestigious healthcare award

2-Jun-2021Source: Children's Air Ambulance

The Children’s Air Ambulance (TCAA) has won the Adolescent and Child Health Care Team award at the Oxfordshire Health and Social Care Awards 2021. The Children’s Air Ambulance is a national service which is changing the face of paediatric and neonatal care through the high-speed transfer of critically ill babies and children – flying them... Read more

AUK Protection equips Swedish Air Ambulance

AUK Protection equips Swedish Air Ambulance

28-May-2021Source: AUK Protection

Swedish Air Ambulance, SLA, provides prehospital ambulance care in large parts of Sweden. Onboard the helicopters there are, apart from pilots, experienced anesthesiologists and HEMS/nursing personnel that can provide top quality emergency care to sick or injured on site and during transport. SLA also provides intensive care transports between hospitals, both within and outside connected... Read more

Bozeman Health and Life Flight Network Announce Partnership on Patient Transport

Bozeman Health and Life Flight Network Announce Partnership on Patient Transport

28-May-2021Source: Life Flight Network

Bozeman Health and Life Flight Network are pleased to share that they have entered into an agreement for Life Flight Network to provide comprehensive medical transport services for Bozeman Health patients. Life Flight Network, also a not-for-profit organization, is a medical transport service with helicopter, fixed-wing, and ground ambulance bases throughout Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and... Read more

Henley Air has launched an EMS in South Africa

Henley Air has launched an EMS in South Africa

27-May-2021Source: Bell

Long-standing Bell customer, Henley Air, has launched its very own Helicopter Emergency Medical Service (HEMS) in South Africa, utilizing six Bell products. With over 22 years of experience, Henley Air is a family-owned and managed helicopter company that has provided safe and reliable helicopter-related services to the South African market. The company has demonstrated and... Read more

Devon Air Ambulance introduces new electrochemical tech

Devon Air Ambulance introduces new electrochemical tech

26-May-2021Source: Devon Air Ambulance

Devon Air Ambulance introduces new electrochemical technology thanks to a major donation from South West Water  South West Water (SWW) has over the years been a great supporter of Devon Air Ambulance and have proudly supported the charity with an annual donation of around £5,600. This regular financial support has enabled Devon Air Ambulance (DAA) to maintain it’s vital life-saving... Read more

Unique soccer shirt auction to benefit Essex & Herts Air Ambulance

Unique soccer shirt auction to benefit Essex & Herts Air Ambulance

20-May-2021Source: Essex & Herts Air Ambulance

Steve Dukes, Head of Kit and Equipment for Tottenham Hotspur Football Club is to auction a unique haul of personally signed shirts, including from all 92 clubs in the Premier League and Football League pyramid, in memory of his late father Charlie Dukes. The online auction will begin on Friday 14th May, lasting for one... Read more

3,000th call out for Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance

3,000th call out for Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance

20-May-2021Source: Scotland's Charity Air Ambulance

A hillwalker injured in a fall on Ben Vorlich yesterday evening prompted the landmark 3,000th rapid emergency response from Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance. One of our two charity-funded helicopter air ambulances was scrambled from its central base at Perth Airport when emergency services received a call to a man injured on the hillside high above Lochearnhead.... Read more

Japanese forces join US Marine Corps on SAR exercise

Japanese forces join US Marine Corps on SAR exercise

17-May-2021

U.S. Marines and Japan Self-Defense Force personnel conducted a bilateral search and rescue exercise at the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force Hijyudai Training Area, 27 April, 2021. The participating units included: Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 232, Marine Aircraft Group 12 and Ashiya Air Rescue Squadron, Air Rescue Wing (Ashiya). The bilateral exercise allowed U.S. and Japanese... Read more

New rooftop helipad for central Manchester UK hospitals

New rooftop helipad for central Manchester UK hospitals

14-May-2021Source: Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust

The new, lifesaving helipad at Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT) – the first elevated helipad of its kind in the North West – has opened to patients today (Monday 10th May, 2021). The state-of-the-art helicopter landing pad, which is situated on the roof of Grafton Street car park onOxford Road Campus (ORC), will enable... Read more

Australian SAR operator merges with drone search company

Australian SAR operator merges with drone search company

14-May-2021Source: Ripper Corp

Surf Life Saving Queensland today announced it is joining forces with hi-tech drone search and rescue company The Ripper Group in a move it believes will revolutionise the way lives are saved in marine environments around the world. SLSQ’s investment in the rebranded Ripper Corporation will contribute significantly to the organisation’s vision of zero preventable drowning deaths... Read more

Babcock extends East Anglian Air Ambulance contract

Babcock extends East Anglian Air Ambulance contract

13-May-2021Source: Babcock

Babcock and the life-saving charity East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) have announced a significant new seven-year contract to keep the helicopter emergency medical service flying high and saving lives into the next decade. The contract will see Babcock providing exclusive aviation support including advanced helicopters, ground support, engineering and pilots and includes the imminent introduction... Read more

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