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Florida base enables medevac ops to reach peak
Peak Medevac owns, operates and maintains its own fleet of medically-configured Learjets, one of the largest privately-owned fleets of medically-configured Learjet type aircraft in the world. It is expanding into Florida.
40-year veteran Geno Haggan is pleased to be able to serve more customers.

Peak Medevac is opening a Florida location at Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International airport. This will be the third location for the global air ambulance company. Complementing a centrally-located corporate headquarters at Centennial airport in the Denver metropolitan area and a second location in Scottsdale, Arizona, the new Florida ancillary base will provide Peak Medevac with quick response to all parts of the US and overseas with very competitive air medical rates for patients and families. The Colorado-licensed air ambulance company offers domestic and global air ambulance services as well as medical repatriation. It owns, operates and maintains its own fleet of medically configured Learjets.

“We are very excited to open our new location,” says CEO Geno Haggan, whose experience spans a near 40-year career in aviation. “This new base will allow us to expand our reach into Europe while continuing to service the US, Canada and the Caribbean, as well as Mexico and South America.”

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