Air Ambulance service, also known as Medical Evacuation, is a vital part of private flying. The need for an air ambulance arises when a patient is required to seek immediate further medical attention at a hospital in a different city in the same country or abroad.
Our efficiency in conducting safe and smooth air ambulance flights has a lot to do with the right choice of our medical service providers who have the right aircraft, equipment, personnel and most of all dedication and ability to serve in extremely stressful conditions in a professional and humane way.
In spite of complicated formalities, and excessive lead times needed, commercial airlines sometimes try to make special arrangements for patients and persons in need of certain medical assistance to travel while in transit from one hospital to another. Usually, a make-shift enclosure is used to create a private area where the patient along with his doctor may be accommodated. But more often than not, airlines are inclined to decline medical evacuation because of its complexity and also because they are too sensitive to the reactions of the rest of the passengers on board. This makes the option of using a dedicated air ambulance a crucial necessity.