Canadian-German air ambulance partnership announced

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Skyservice Air Ambulance International based in Montreal, Canada, and ADAC Ambulance Service based in Munich, Germany, have announced that they are partnering to offer a solution to the travel health insurance and assistance industry. Under a new agreement, the fixed-wing medical transport providers will co-operate on time-critical missions.

Skyservice Air Ambulance International operates a fleet of medically dedicated Learjet 45 XR long range jets, while ADAC Ambulance Service offers two Dornier Fairchild 328-300s, a Learjet 60 and a Super King Air 350. Both companies work on behalf of travel health insurers and assistance companies, hospitals, embassies and the general public.

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