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In states such as Idaho where abortion is banned, complications during pregnancy necessitating abortions may lead to patients wanting to avail air ambulance services for out-of-state treatment.
A virtual charitable event in the United Kingdom hopes to raise big money to help local air ambulance services. We take a look.

The Role of Regulations in Air Ambulance Safety Practices

There is a feeling in the air ambulance industry that it is highly regulated but when it comes to safety there can never be a compromise. We take a look.

Safety of Air Ambulances – What Can You Do to Help?

What can you do to keep air ambulances safe? Drones, laser lights, birds – there are several obstructions that people can help with. Let’s take a look.

Air Ambulance Helicopters – Enhancing Survivability in the Event of a Crash

United States has the most number of air ambulance companies in the world and safety is of paramount importance. We take a look.

Air Ambulance Safety – Headlights can Be Hazardous to Choppers

We have time and again highlighted how laser lights can be dangerous for air ambulance safety. The glare created by the laser lights can...

Air Ambulance Safety – The Laser Beam Menace Continues

Air ambulance services have several measures in place when it comes to safety. These range from accurate weather monitoring to preparing for bird interceptions...

Air Ambulance Companies Continue to Evolve

Necessity is the mother of invention – the adage is one that describes air ambulance companies best. Leading the innovation, in this industry, has...

The US Air Ambulance Landscape – Part 3

We bring you the last in the three-part series that describes the US air ambulance landscape. Here, we discuss regulations governing the industry in...

Weather Conditions and Air Ambulance Services

It’s a no brainer; the safety of air ambulance services is largely dependent on weather conditions. Poor visibility, gushing winds, thunderstorms and harsh weather...

Air Ambulance Company Ordered to Pay for Negligence in India

It was May 25, 2011, when an air ambulance company in India had blatantly flouted the safety standards and went against the weather forecast...

Drones and Air Ambulances

Drones are a double-edged sword. On one end, they are considered to be the next big thing in offering emergency medical transport, even being...

Lessons from Last Year’s Amarillo Air Ambulance Crash

On the midnight of April 28, 2017, the entire crew that comprised of the pilot and two crew members of an air ambulance flight...

Air Ambulance Service Suspended in 7 British Columbia Hospitals

Seven hospitals in British Columbia experienced a suspension of their air ambulance service for several days since Friday, 12th August. According to the service...

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