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A loss of situational awareness by the pilot and a failure to take control of the aircraft by the copilot are the primary factors that caused the crash of a US Coast Guard (USCG) MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter 55 miles outside Salt Lake City on 3 March...

CEGA Air Ambulance has become one of the first international fixed-wing air ambulance providers to be fully accredited by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), the independent regulator of all health and social care services in England.

An article published by local newspaper the Hertfordshire Mercury at the end of February highlighted concern over charity donation bags delivered to local residents, which a police community support officer warned were bogus. According to the...

The Registrar of Companies in Bermuda has confirmed that the island’s fixed-wing air ambulance service has officially closed its doors to customers.

According to proprietor Eloise Bell, the closure comes as a result of poor business levels...

A police investigation has been launched into the death of a climber on Ben Nevis during an attempted rescue by a UK Royal Air Force (RAF) crew onboard a Sea King helicopter. The Ministry of Defence (MoD) is also conducting an internal inquiry...

The Association of Air Ambulances (AAA) has welcomed two organisations as members in February, both based in Scotland: the Scottish Ambulance Service (SAS) and Scotland's Charity Air Ambulance (SCAA). The AAA also announced that it is to...

Air Methods Corporation announced on 14 February that it has entered into agreements with the MidAmerica Division and North Florida Division of HCA Healthcare, a corporate operator of hospitals and health systems across the US. Air Methods will...

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