The joint venture will give each other flexibilities to operate the right aircraft for the right mission at the right time. Airmedic will benefit from access to the long range aircraft fleet of Skyservice and Skyservice will benefit from the short to medium range of Airmedic’s fleet.
Airmedic and Skyservice Air Ambulance International both maintain membership programs that allow members of the general public to have access to their services.
Both companies offer 7 critical care equipped aircraft. Airmedic operates a fleet of Augusta and Pilatus PC-12 and Skyservice a fleet of three Learjet 45XR long range jets.
Airmedic has concentrated on providing services in Quebec and bordering territories, while Skyservice has experience providing services on a global basis.
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