FlyAwesome Proprietary Limited Evolving from a 16 year exclusive relationship with a leading international medical assistance company, FlyAwesome has teamed with the highly experienced aeromedical team of Air Evacuation Services to launch a powerful new independent Air Ambulance service, Awesome Air Evac.
With over 30,000 flight hours of combined air ambulance experience in Africa, the Middle East and Europe, the team at Awesome Air Evac provides focused, specialised, doctorbased, ICU fixed-wing air ambulance services to the highest quality standards which include BARS Gold and ISO 9001: 2008.
The Awesome Air Evac fleet comprises primarily dedicated Learjet air ambulances, complemented by turboprop options in some regions. The global operations are coordinated from its Lanseria based 24/7 Call Centre.
Awesome Air Evac has the advantage of leveraging off the FlyAwesome and NAC global experience and capability in providing aviation operations, with the group operating a fleet of 150 aircraft.
The advantages of the new service include:
A fully integrated, neutral air ambulance provider.
Access to substantial aviation capacity through FlyAwesome and NAC.
A team with combined experience of over 30 000 hours of pure air ambulance flying.
More than 20 years of operational experience in Hot and Hostile Territories with strategically deployed mission-ready assets.
Commenting on this exciting new venture, Dieter Ebeling, Executive Chairman of FlyAwesome said, “Operating Air Ambulances successfully is all about optimal delivery at every level. With our 20 years’ experience of successfully operating air ambulance flight missions, our clients and patients will benefit from the most effective aviation solution in the region providing the highest level of patient care.”
Dr Glenn Staples, Medical Director of Awesome Air Evac ; “This is the start of a very exciting new service that brings together the best of both the medical and aviation aspects into a high quality offering. I see a great future ahead for Awesome Air Evac in improving the standard of aeromedical services across Africa and beyond.”
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