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Piper PA-42-720 Cheyenne IIIA
The Piper PA-42 is a turboprop ambulance aircraft, which, thanks to its state-of-the-art propeller engines, can land on short runways at even the smallest regional airfields. This can significantly reduce the journey time to the desired destination, which greatly benefits the patient’s wellbeing, particularly as road journeys are reduced to a minimum.
Highly efficient engines and low fuel consumption mean that this turboprop is particularly suitable for air ambulance flights. Short distances can be covered quickly and cost-effectively. This makes the Piper PA-42 particularly suitable for patient transfers on a small budget. In addition to these outstanding properties, it is also possible to have several people accompanying the patient in the cabin, or alternatively to fly two patients at the same time.
- 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: 413 km/h
Range: 3.100 km
Engine(s): 2 x Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-41
Service ceiling: 10.060 m