Deutsche-Privatjet offers an extensive selection of air ambulance and medevac flights to you. Within a short time our expert case managers, who are available 24/7 worldwide, will organize a transfer fitted individually to the needs of the customer. Our process is easy, and we make sure to pay attention to quality service while using all available resources efficiently.
It is possible to transport up to six patients reclined while receiving medical care in an air ambulance. However, the most intensive care transports are carried out for only one patient in a cabin configuration. Thanks to a preferred treatment in regulatory approval processes as well as a permanent availability we can provide an aircraft for air medical transports within a few hours. So we can transfer patients efficiently and well supplied or arrange for repatriation from abroad.
The air ambulances employed are all equipped with intensive medical equipment enabling a safe and patient-friendly transfer even on long haul flights.
Due to our long years of experience in the field of air ambulance we will develop a transportation plan tailored to the needs of each patient because our first priority is always the well-being of our patients.
With access to a large fleet of ambulance jets, we can provide the most economical patient transfer solution from a Challenger jet in air ambulance configuration to a cost-efficient King Air 200 or Cheyenne IIIA. Evacuation flights and repatriations from crisis regions are also feasible in appropriately equipped aircraft and ensure medically supervised air medical transports at low costs.
The medical equipment of an air ambulance includes:
- Stretcher, vacuum mattress, and loading dock
- Emergency backup for mobile use
- Emergency and intensive-care respirator
- Suctioning unit
- ICU monitoring system
- At least 3,000 liters of oxygen
This is an exemplary listing, naturally we use numerous additional equipment in accordance with the patient‘s medical condition to ensure his or her wellbeing.
Intensive care repatriation by ambulance jet
Thanks to the comprehensive intensive care equipment on board an ambulance jet, we can ensure the best possible medical care, even for ventilated intensive care patients. Of course, we ensure that only experienced intensive care physicians who are thoroughly familiar with the clinical picture of your relative accompany the return flight. On board an air ambulance – unlike on a scheduled airline flight – it is technically possible to adjust the air pressure in the cabin to the pressure conditions on the ground. This measure is known as a sea-level flight and is a requirement for repatriating patients with certain diagnoses. The accompanying flight doctors decide on the necessity of a sea-level flight.
Do you have any further questions about patient repatriation by air ambulance? You will find a lot of information in our detailed FAQ. Of course, you can also contact us directly: by telephone, by e-mail, or via our contact form. We are available for you 24/7.