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We work in close collaboration with several organisations to ensure that quality medical care is accessible to all.

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Where a single individual cannot be heard, a strong community can achieve a great deal. Particularly when it comes to assisting people all over the world, we achieve our goals collectively. Close coordination between all participants and optimum overall conditions are essential in the field of medical aviation. We commit ourselves to this each day support several organisations that pursue the same goal.

Médecins Sans Frontières

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is particularly active in crisis and disaster areas. Their activities are guided by the maxim that every person has a right to professional medical care, regardless of religion, nationality, ethnic origin, or political affiliation. The organisation received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1999 for its tireless work. We share with MSF the desire to be there for people in danger. That is why we are proud of our partnership with this vital organisation.

Association of Air Medical Services (AAMS)


For decades, the Association of Air Medical Services (AAMS) has been campaigning for issues affecting the ambulance aviation sector. The aim of this non-profit organisation is to preserve and improve the quality, safety and effectiveness of medical care and medical patient transports. The AAMS fulfils its purpose through its dedication to ambulance aviation issues worldwide and its numerous training and further education programmes. Since, like them, we also place central importance on safety and quality, we see the AAMS as an ideal partner.

National Business Aviation Association (NBAA)


The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) began its work shortly after the Second World War. It represents the interests of the General Aviation sector. This encompasses the use of aircraft for business purposes (apart from commercial airlines), including ambulance flights. In particular, the NBAA is committed to the safety, availability, and efficiency of General Aviation worldwide. As we also aim to offer our patients safe and efficient medical repatriations from anywhere in the world, we greatly value our cooperation with the NBAA.