FAI rent-a-jet GmbH (FAI), Germany’s Special Mission Operator, has configured one of its seven Global Express aircraft (D-AFAM) as a dedicated air ambulance. The move follows increasing demand from the market for ultra-long-range air ambulance missions. FAI has completed ten ultra-long-range air ambulance missions over the past two months alone. The company is focused on building up its air ambulance capabilities in long- and ultra-long-range missions with a view to strengthening its position as a world leader in the field.
Previously, FAI converted the interior of the Global Express and configured it for air ambulance missions on a case-by-case basis. In medevac use, the aircraft features up to three Spectrum Aeromed ICUs.
The Global’s non-stop range of 6000 nm enables transport of up to three intensive care patients in addition to FAI’s specially trained medical teams and co-travelers from the west coast of the U.S. to Europe, the U.S. east coast to the Middle East or from Europe to the Far East.Email Post to a Friend