AirMed's second Learjet 35A has touched down at its new base at Oxford airport. "This latest arrival takes AirMed into a new era of operations and it is a great way to celebrate our 25th anniversary" says md Rupert Dent. "The demand was good from when it undertook its inaugural revenue flight on its first day of operations."
Dent says the aircraft is a fully dedicated air ambulance aircraft fitted out for intensive care transfers and with the additional option of double stretcher for non-intensive care. "Like its sister aircraft it has been fully upgraded with Raisbeck and Avcon modifications ensuring better flight performance and fuel consumption and is RVSM and MNPS approved."