The emergency medical service has been providing adult, neonatal and paediatric patient transport services worldwide with its fleet of Bombardier Learjet 45XRs since 1989, and has served over 31,000 patients to date.
“Over the past two years we have acquired a commercial escort company and completed an acquisition of an aircraft operator and maintenance centre that allows us to further solidify important aspects of our aviation operations,” said Sam Cimone, President of SKYALTA.
SKYALTA explained that the first ‘A’ in the new name stands for ‘air’ and the second stands for ‘ambulance’. The company is accredited by the European Aeromedical Institute (EURAMI), and is also licensed by the States of Florida and Nevada Emergency Medical Services, as well as being an Accredited Service Provider of the International Assistance Group.
“We have a new name, but the same mission, to deliver the art of critical air medicine each and every day, whenever and wherever its needed” added David Ewing, Executive Vice-President of Global Markets.