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MEBA2012: Royal Jet marks record year for medevac

Posted 11 December 2012 · Add Comment

The air ambulance service of Royal Jet (chalet A5), the Abu Dhabi-based international private jet operator, has reported its busiest-ever year in 2012 for medical evacuation (medevac) missions.

Royal Jet operates two dedicated medevac aircraft, a Gulfstream G300 and a Learjet 60, which are supported as required by any of its fleet of six Boeing Business Jets.

Shane O’Hare, president and CEO of Royal Jet, said that he is looking at fleet expansion to meet the rising demand for medevac support.

He added: “Our service goes well beyond providing air ambulances, medical teams and equipment. We provide medical escorts for patients travelling by commercial airline to ensure a seamless, expert bed-to-bed service.”

 

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