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Beechcraft King Air 200
The Beechcraft King Air 200 is one of the most widely deployed ambulance aircraft in the world. The cabin has enough space for a patient and one accompanying person. A special feature of this ambulance aircraft is its ability to land on extremely short runways of only a few hundred metres, thus landing as close as possible to the patient’s destination. Thanks to its powerful turboprop engines, even regional micro-airports can therefore be easily accessed. The King Air 200 is particularly suitable for patient transfers over shorter distances.
Naturally, the medical equipment on board is of the highest standard – it is in no way inferior to that of a prestigious intensive care unit in a hospital. The accompanying crew, consisting of a doctor and a paramedic, is specially trained in the transport of patients in air ambulances and ensures the wellbeing of the patient and their companion throughout the journey – whether the flight is domestic or international.
- Rescue Suction Unit
- Infusion Pumps
- Mobile Blood Analysis Device (EPOC)
- ECMO / IABP Bracket
- Ultrasound equipment
- External Pacemaker
- Portable incubator
- Ventilator Babylog
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.
Cruise Speed: 480 km/h
Range: 2.900 km
Engine(s): 2 x Pratt & Whitney PT6A-42
Service ceiling: 10.668 m