Spectrum Aeromed has partnered with Fargo Jet Center (FJC) to complete and deliver several EMS mission installations into fixed wing aircraft over the last year, with more projects ahead, including interior solutions for two Beechcraft King Air 350C aircraft for air ambulance missions in Greece. Both companies are based at Hector International airport in Fargo, North Dakota.
Spectrum and FJC are currently working together on the completion of medical interiors for Polish EMS operator Lotnicze Pogotowie Ratunkowe announced in March 2020, in two Bombardier Learjet 75 aircraft and also on the certification for an EMS solution for the Daher Kodiak 100 aircraft.
Upcoming projects between Spectrum and FJC also include an EMS interior solution for Life Flight Network's PC-12 fixed-wing aircraft. The solution includes a dedicated medical interior for a single patient, liquid oxygen for a highly efficient method of oxygen storage and delivery, additional cabinet storage in the front and aft of the cabin, cabin radios, upgraded lighting system and exterior paint.
“We are eager to add the certification for an EMS interior in the Daher Kodiak. This aircraft has great special mission capabilities and will provide a nice solution for many customers,” says Spectrum Aeromed VP and account executive, Matt Christenson.
“The proximity of our companies brings a unique value proposition to our clients that's not found anywhere else in the world. We each have a need that the other can support, in addition to offering a team of dedicated technicians and engineers to customise the fabrication of each air medical installation,” adds Mike Clancy, Fargo Jet Center's VP of technical services.