Our aircraft are maintained to the stringent FAA Part 135 approved maintenance program where safety is #1 and no expense is spared.
Our aircraft are comfortable for the patient and family member as well as our medical crew and pilots. The cabin is pressurized for comfort and keeps noise levels to a minimum.
Not only are twin-turboprops safe and comfortable, but they are far more affordable than helicopters and jets. Get a free quote today to see the savings.
All pilots are commercial pilots or Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) rated meeting all qualifications of the FAA for flight experience, training, emergency training, and specialized air ambulance operations.
Our medical crews consist of flight paramedics, flight nurses, respiratory therapists, and when necessary, physicians. All are trained in critical care medicine with specialized altitude and flight physiology.
Your loved one can be safely tracked from the ground with a link that can be provided to you for your flight. Aside from family monitoring, our operation monitors every leg of your flight for safety and communication of any delays.
Our medical crews use state of the art equipment including cardiac monitor / defibrillators, ventilators, infusion pumps, and more!
From your very basic transports to your sickest critical care patients, our staff are trained and equipped to handle any patient. From their initial education and onboarding to continuing education, our crews stay on top of their medical knowledge.
Most times, a family member can ride along for no additional fee. This is contingent on patient condition and the aircraft's weight and balance parameters, including how much fuel must be carried for the trip. If you'd like a rider, please mention in your quote request.