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European Air Ambulance Announce Their Challenger 605 Is Ready To Fly

European Air Ambulance (EAA) has announced that their new aircraft – the larger, longer-range Challenger 605 – is ready to fly!

The CL-605, a major investment in their fleet that gives EAA greater aeromedical capabilities worldwide, has arrived at their state-of-the-art headquarters at Luxembourg Airport, and is now fully operational.

All certificates and insurances are in place and the EAA 24/7/365 Mission Control Centre team are beginning to schedule worldwide repatriations.

The aircraft’s interior has been adapted into a dedicated air ambulance with full ICU-in-transit capability. The standard medical team is composed of one expert physician and one specialist flight nurse and we are able to have up to four accompanying passengers.

There is a private lavatory and a separate luggage compartment, with enough room for the luggage of both patients and passengers.

It has a satellite telecommunication system and high speed broadband internet so that the crew can stay in permanent contact with the Control Centre and the client.

The aircraft is available for use by all existing and potential EAA clients around the world, and offers significant advantages to those who specifically need longer range flight options and those operating globally.

Clients can directly request the new aircraft for a mission; or they can submit a general enquiry and the Control Centre dispatcher will recommend the more suitable aircraft depending on the nature of the mission, with a full explanation of the reasons, and costings.

To request a quote, contact the EAA multi-lingual Control Centre 24/7:

Tel: +352 26 26 00

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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