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Northern Ireland’s First Medical Flight Helicopter Makes First Flying Visit

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Northern Ireland’s new air ambulance helicopter landed near the Titanic Centre after making its first flying visit. It was welcomed by representatives from Belfast firm Tughans’, which played the main role in establishing the service. Air Ambulance Northern Ireland is the first medical flight helicopter to be servicing the region.

Tughans to Continue Helping the Air Ambulance Organization

Tughans’ managing partner, Patrick Brown was among the people who welcomed the air ambulance helicopter along with James Donnelly, who is a corporate partner at the firm. The helicopter was welcomed with an event, which included key business figures who participated in a discussion about the opportunities for involvement. These participants talked about the opportunities for supporting the charity.

According to Mr. Brown, this is a huge step that could potentially save the lives of many people in Northern Ireland. And the firm has been providing the medical flight organization with pro bono service, where they offer legal and professional advice to help them maintain a charitable status. The firm has been regularly participating in pro bono work to fulfill their corporate social responsibility. Brown also stated that Tughans has a strong commitment to provide support to their community.

First Medical Flight for Northern Ireland Gains Charitable Status

In his statement, Patrick Brown also talked about how Northern Ireland has finally managed to secure a service that has helped save the lives of many people within the U.K. On behalf of Air Ambulance Northern Ireland, trustee Ray Foran expressed his gratefulness towards Tughans for providing them with generous professional support.

He also talked about how the business community will be playing an important role in their charity and how they look forward to working with them in the coming months. Air Ambulance Northern Ireland had gained a charitable status earlier this year.

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