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On the night of 21 to 22 May, the French Forces...

Irish Minister for Health Dr James Reilly and Minister for Justice, Equality and...

The US Army National Guard has reported that its medics are among those...

The UK’s media have gleefully reported on the landing by a search and rescue helicopter...

The use of aerial fire-fighting resources in Spain is climbing steeply, with...

NTSBA 2010 helicopter crash that killed three people in Tucson, Arizona was most likely caused...

EC135UK emergency helicopter operator Bond Air Services has resumed flight...

Four people were killed when a medical emergency flight crashed into the Caribbean near the Franco-Dutch island of St Maarten on 5 May.

EC145The Kazakhstan government has ordered eight...

The UK Department for Transport (DfT) has today announced the names of the companies...

chopperVIDEO: A campaign to reinstate a coastguard helicopter pilot from...

VIDEO: London's Air Ambulance, the helicopter emergency medical services...

The Midlands Air Ambulance Charity (MAAC) has issued a ‘warning’ to its supporters, explaining that it is not connected to The Children’s Air Ambulance Charity (TCAA) or its parent organisation since December 2011, The Air Ambulance Service (...

airambulanceA new partnership between US-based...

The FAA released its Notice of Proposed Rule Making (NPRM) on 12 October 2010, titled “Air Ambulance and Commercial Helicopter Operations, Part 91 Helicopter Operations, and Part 135 Aircraft Operations; Safety Initiatives and Miscellaneous...

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Peter MacKay, minister of national defence and lead minister for search and rescue (...

Air Methods Corporation announced on 11 April a consolidation of its management responsibilities. As a result of the consolidation, the firm has eliminated the position of chief operating officer (COO) held by Paul H. Tate.

The US Air Force has reported that for the first time ever, a...

egyptmenThe Egyptian Air Force has taken delivery of a number of...

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