Services

Services

With a vast experience of more than 25 years in Air Ambulance Operations, Airlec Ambulance is equipped to respond to all of scenarios in a timely and professional manner. Airlec’s diverse fleet in combination with its expert teams in Aviation & Medicine allow for Airlec to offer a broad portfolio of services, such as:

Worldwide operations

Airlec Ambulance provides fast worldwide deployment thanks to our diverse fleet of aircraft. Our global experience in Asia, America, Africa, Europe and the Middle East allows for Airlec to respond to emergency situations anywhere in the world. With a broad portfolio of doctors, Airlec is able to provide reliable and safe transportation matching all of its clients needs.

Neonatal and paediatric intensive care

A paediatric team provides intensive care to infants and new-borns. The repatriation and emergency resuscitation of premature infants, term infants or children with septic shock, cardiogenic shock or respiratory distress thoroughly cared for by Airlec’s specialist team. The medical crew has
access to a full range of onboard equipment, including incubators, paediatric ventilators, multiparameter monitoring, onboard laboratories and electronic station syringes allow for the doctors and nurses to provide the utmost care necessary.

Intensive care

A significant proportion (25%) of patients that we repatriate have a Glasgow Coma Score (GCS) of
less than 7 and require intensive care and life support. Respiratory support is provided on board using the most appropriate ventilation techniques. Hospital acquired multi-resistant bacterial infections are dealt with following strict internal procedures and materials such as an isolation stretcher (BK multiresistant).

Bariatric

Airlec can handle patients up to 370 lbs thanks to the introduction of loading ramps. Airlec uses mechanical and electrical ramps to facilitate the loading of the patient. We can also utilize a cargo door with a width of 92 cm (36 inches) on our Citation II aircraft.

Emerging infectious diseases and agents

A unit of six doctors and nurses trained for CBRN-E risk has a negative-pressure isolation stretcher and bio-hazard suits. Airlec successfully transferred nearly all European victims of the Ebola virus outbreak of winter 2014-2015, evidence of its strict protocols and professionalism. Decontamination and disinfection procedures meet the highest standards. Since the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 Airlec has established itself as a market leader in infectious disease transport, having flown more than 550 patients to date.

Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO)

A surgical team consisting of a heart surgeon, a perfusionist , an anaesthetist and an intensive care nurse is available for any repatriation of patient in ARDS or cardiogenic shock. Our team perform veno venous or arteriovenous cannulation at the bedside. Our aircraft are equipped with specially designed ECMO technical platforms, along with a dedicated in-house machine & consumables.

High risk areas

Airlec operates in and out of conflict and war zones as well as crisis regions. Airlec’s vast experience in this field combined with a thorough risk analysis and collaboration with local partners allows for Airlec to safely operate in this high risk areas.

High risk areas

Airlec operates in and out of conflict and war zones as well as crisis regions. Airlec’s vast experience in this field combined with a thorough risk analysis and collaboration with local partners allows for Airlec to safely operate in this high risk areas.

Meet Our Team

From Operations Specialist to dispatcher and medical team. Airlec’s operation is as diverse as its staff members. Airlec is proud to be working with a team of experts who are passionate about aviation and medicine and are ready to support our clients every day of the year. 24/7.

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