The new company will offer a wide portfolio of modern aircraft, ranging from the Learjet 31A to the long-range Challenger 604 for complex and demanding operational profiles. An in-house maintenance department will support reliability and mission readiness of the aircraft at all times.
A team of industry veterans will lead the new entity: Michael Diefenbach, Rene Petersen, Dr Alex Veldman and Felix von Waldow.
In a statement, the company said: “We are committed to excel in the tasks of today and shape the aeromedical landscape of tomorrow by translating innovative critical care medicine from the bedside into the transport environment and continuously combining science with decades of experience to improve outcomes.”
Air Alliance has been developing different air ambulance transport solutions for Covid-19 since the beginning of the pandemic, depending on the patient’s condition and the route.