AirMed International has opened a Beechjet 400
base at Cincinnati Municipal Lunken Airport to serve air medical transportation
and organ procurement and recovery flights.
The Beechjet will be housed in the Signature
Flight Support FBO facility at the airport.
"The new AirMed Cincinnati base allows us to
extend our footprint in the Midwest and gives our partners increased
efficiencies," said AirMed President
Denise Treadwell. "The Beechjet 400 is
just one of our state-of-the-art air ambulance jets capable of delivering on
AirMed's commitment to provide an uncompromising standard of care while
remaining the fastest way to recovery when it is needed most."
AirMed Beechjet 400
The Cincinnati base is already operational. It
provides support throughout the Midwest and has operational capabilities to
perform air medical transports across the U.S. The Beechjet 400's medical
interior is ideal for short to mid-range transports, with seating capacity of up
to five. AirMed International is one of the leading air medical transport
companies in the world, with more than 20,000 missions in all 50 states and over
150 countries on six continents. The company owns and operates all aircraft, as
well as employing its own dispatch, fight, and medical teams.