Features

Highlighting recent developments in the range of medical devices available to air rescue providers.
 
Dan Foulds presents a position paper on the incorporation of medical team members flying in single-pilot aircraft for challenge-and-response before-take-off confirmation checks.
 

Three tips for maximising your drone battery life, by Dan Parker, industrial services manager for Skyfire Consulting

Malcolm Humphries of Capital Air Ambulance writes on what it takes to make it as a fixed-wing air ambulance pilot.

Helijet Air Ambulance provides rotary and fixed-wing air medical transport from its bases in British Columbia, Canada, as Joetey Attariwala explains.

 

TJ Stewart, field director of Wings of Hope in Belize, shares a dispatch.

Armed conflict encourages Ukraine to develop medical aviation.

Fourteen hours and 29 minutes. Ten critically-ill neonates. Seven two-way flights at 425 knots.

The joy of training with heavy seas and vertical cliffs with the US Coast Guard.

A profile of the Beechcraft 1900,  a regional airliner, capable of carrying 19 seated passengers, with operators including Northern Thunderbird Air and EVAS Air of Canada.

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