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Voyageur spreads its wings in New Brunswick
Voyageur operates two King Air 200 aircraft for Ambulance New Brunswick. The amendment enables broader usage of the secondary aircraft for air ambulance services to include Grand Manan Island.
For more than 25 years, Voyageur Aviation has served as the main air ambulance provider for New Brunswick.
Read this story in our October 2023 printed issue.

For more than 25 years, Voyageur Aviation has served as the main air ambulance provider for New Brunswick. Now the Chorus Aviation subsidiary, headquartered in North Bay, Ontario, will be expanding its air ambulance services in the province following an amendment to its current contract with Ambulance New Brunswick (ANB).

Voyageur operates two King Air 200 aircraft for ANB. The amendment makes possible broader usage of the secondary aircraft, to extend air ambulance services to Grand Manan Island. Both King Airs, maintained by Voyageur, are equipped with medical and life-saving equipment.

“For over 25 years, Voyageur Aviation has served as the main air ambulance provider for New Brunswick,” explains president Cory Cousineau. “As we continue to collaborate with Ambulance New Brunswick and the Department of Health, to enhance our services for the province, our team will maintain safe and reliable operations for the people of New Brunswick and the island of Grand Manan.”

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