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29-Jan-19 N191SF Bell 407 Zaleski, US-Ohio (3F)

The helicopter departed Mount Carmel Grove City hospital and was flying to Holzer Meigs hospital in Pomeroy to pick up a patient.  Contact was lost and the wreckage was found in a wood about three and a half hours later. Troopers located the wreckage of a Bell 407 helicopter east of State Route 278 and… Read more »

29-Jan-19

AeroBrigham Continues Bell 407 Deliveries to Survival Flight

AeroBrigham Continues Bell 407 Deliveries to Survival Flight

North Texas based professional aircraft maintenance, repair and support provider, AeroBrigham, has announced the recent delivery of an air medical mission configured Bell 407 to Mesa, Arizona, based Survival Flight, Inc. The recent delivery marks the fourth aircraft that AeroBrigham has performed extensive paint, interior, avionics, airframe improvements, maintenance and component overhauls for Survival Flight,… Read more »

Source: AeroBrigham, 14-Dec-16

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U-M Survival Flight wins international title

U-M Survival Flight wins international title

If you think caring for severely injured patients is hard work, imagine doing it 2,000 feet above the ground and at 175 miles per hour. And if that doesn’t sound bad enough, perform all of those same caring techniques in front of hundreds of fellow medical professionals, video crews, and of course, judges. U-M Survival… Read more »

Source: Metro Aviation, 06-Nov-15

Survival Flight Emergency Air Transport Adds Base at WRMC

Survival Flight Emergency Air Transport Adds Base at WRMC

When tragedy occurs, every second counts. Survival Flight Transport Services, an emergency helicopter transport service, recently opened Survival Flight 4, a base located in Batesville at White River Medical Center. This addition to the emergency care will improve access to life saving trauma care by decreasing or eliminating the time needed to bring an emergency… Read more »

Source: WRHS, 09-Jan-15

Metro Aviation Welcomes Survival Flight

Metro Aviation Welcomes Survival Flight

Metro Aviation began a great relationship with the University of Michigan Health System’s Survival Flight program during the completion of the program’s three Airbus EC155 twin-engine helicopters, delivered in 2012. Now, Metro is pleased to announce Survival Flight is not only a completions customer, but an operations customer as well. “Survival Flight is a mature… Read more »

Source: Metro Aviation, 24-Sep-14

Pentastar Aviation completes three 600-hour inspections on EC155s

Pentastar Aviation completes three 600-hour inspections on EC155s

Pentastar Aviation has completed three 600-hour inspections on EC-155 aircraft in a medical configuration. These are the inaugural inspections on EC-155’s used in air medical transport. The inspections, led by Rotor Wing Maintenance Manager Bryan Clay, were performed by a team of five mechanics, who completed the three EC-155 aircraft inspections in succession. By the… Read more »

Source: Pentastar Aviation, 13-Dec-13

Comms problem delayed air ambulance landing for six minutes

Comms problem delayed air ambulance landing for six minutes

The Survival Flight helicopter hovered over the Blessing Hospital helipad for about six minutes as officials attempted to move another helicopter off the landing pad.  See full story

Source: KHQA, 14-Oct-13

University of Michigan EC155 completion on schedule

University of Michigan EC155 completion on schedule

Survival Flight conducted an initial review of the EC155 B1 aircraft last week. On the agenda for the configuration team was to approve the final paint layout and review the medical system installation. With the approval of the new paint scheme and the medical system configuration, Metro Aviation, Inc. continues to proceed with an on… Read more »

Source: Metro Aviation, 06-Oct-11

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New medical helicopter serves Jefferson County, Missouri

New medical helicopter serves Jefferson County, Missouri

Survival One, is based at Jefferson Regional Medical Center, and owned by Survival Flight of Glendale, Arizona

Source: STLtoday, 25-Nov-10

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