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Many things can be achieved together that cannot be achieved alone. Particularly in the field of medical aviation, it is often only possible to provide swift help for people in need by mobilising a strong community. After all, to provide efficient help, the best possible overall conditions must be created, and all actors must cooperate effectively. We, too, wish to advance medical aviation in all areas. Therefore, we are proud to be a member of several associations and organisations that share this goal with us.
Médecins Sans Frontières
All human beings have the right to professional medical care, regardless of nationality, race, religion or political affiliation. Médecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) operates according to this principle when helping people in crisis and disaster areas. MSF was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1999 for its humanitarian work. We also stand for helping people all over the world without prejudice, so that everyone can receive the best possible medical care. We embody these values through our partnership with MSF.
Association of Air Medical Services (AAMS)
The Association of Air Medical Services (AAMS) Is an organisation that supports the life-saving work of ambulance aviation all over the world. It is committed to measures that promote safe, effective ambulance flights of the highest quality and make them accessible to every patient. For this purpose, the AMS organises development programmes and safety training and campaigns worldwide on issues affecting the ambulance aviation sector. This dedication to safety and quality makes the AAMS an ideal partner for Medical Air Ambulance.
National Business Aviation Association (NBAA)
The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) was founded shortly after the Second World War. It campaigns on issues concerning the General Aviation sector (the use of aircraft for business purposes outside of commercial airlines). Ambulance aviation is an important part of General Aviation. The work of the NBAA promoting the safety, availability and efficiency of General Aviation worldwide therefore provides immediate benefits for patients who require air ambulance services anywhere in the world.