AirMed International opens Cincinnati base

AirMed International opens Cincinnati base

AirMed International has opened a new base in order to serve air medical transportation, and organ procurement and recovery flights.

AirMed International has opened a new base at Cincinnati Municipal Lunken Airport, US, in order to serve air medical transportation, and organ procurement and recovery flights. A Beechjet 400 plane will be housed in the Signature Flight Support fixed-base operation facility at the airport, said AirMed International.

The base is already operational, and will be able to perform air medical transports across the US, said the air ambulance provider. The Beechjet 400 was picked as its ‘medical interior is ideal for short to mid-range transports’.

“The new AirMed Cincinnati base allows us to extend our footprint in the Midwest and gives our partners increased efficiencies,” said AirMed president Denise Treadwell. “The Beechjet 400 is just one of our state-of-the-art air ambulance jets capable of delivering on AirMed’s commitment to provide an uncompromising standard of care while remaining the fastest way to recovery when it is needed most.”