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.

Why CAMTS offers ‘conditional accreditation’ and EURAMI gives ‘provisional accreditation’ and how they differ.

Civil air rescue in the land of honey.

Vladislav Vorotnikov reports on the new air ambulance base being planned in Russia’s second city.

Integrated automatic firefighting systems, already known in the offshore fire protection market, are increasingly being used on hospital helipads. How do such systems work, and what are the benefits?

How the US Marines Corps fights fires in California using helicopters and tiltrotors

Angel Flight, an Australian charity that was the brainchild of Bill Bristow, co-ordinates non-emergency medical flights to help people living in remote areas of the country to access the medical care they need.