Femke van Iperen investigates the role of the air ambulance sector in medical tourism, where untapped potential could lead to new business opportunities

Unmanned air vehicles’ use in police missions

Aerial assets in the fight for survival

Taking an holistic approach to treating patients onboard air ambulance flights is a method to reduce stress in patients. Denise Waye explains the importance of treating the ‘whole’ patient

James Paul Wallis speaks to Phoenix Air, Luxembourg Air Ambulance, Medic’Air International and US Transportation Command about their solutions for transporting infectious patients by air

Taissa Csaky spoke to four swiftwater rescue practitioners with long experience of such technical situations.

Saving ground crews from the skies

David Kernek explores some of the issues surrounding end-of-life repatriations

Many oil rigs and gas platforms are far from shore and transporting workers and equipment by air or sea over these distances carries inherent risks. Taissa Csáky looks at some recent developments in the provision of civilian SAR in this challenging setting

Possibly the most challenging experience, personally and professionally, for an air ambulance provider is a serious crash involving one of its aircraft.