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The Gulfstream G150 ambulance aircraft is a twin-engine aircraft produced by the US manufacturer Gulfstream Aerospace. The spacious interior of this ambulance jet not only offers patients’ relatives the option of taking several accompanying persons with them, but a large amount of additional luggage can also be carried, which is unusual for a patient transfer in an aircraft of this size. Naturally, all the on-board medical equipment required for the transport of intensive care patients is modern and up to date.
In addition to these features – which are extremely helpful where medical repatriations are concerned – this air ambulance also travels at a faster-than-average speed. For example, a flight from the Canary Islands to Germany can take less than four hours – this benefits the patient, who will arrive at the hospital faster than usual.
- 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: 850 km/h
Range: 5.465 km
Engine(s): 2 x Honeywell TFE731-40AR-200G
Service ceiling: 13.716 m