Compared to the Learjet 31, the somewhat larger Learjet 35 ambulance jet is notable for its increased range. Like its little brother, this ambulance aircraft ensures that small airfields with short runways do not present a problem.
These small airports offer fundamental advantages over larger airports when it comes to the transfer of the patient to a ground ambulance for their onward journey to hospital. Smaller buildings and shorter distances considerably reduce the handover time, so the patient can be delivered to the hospital much faster. In addition, there is a larger number of small airports and they are more evenly distributed, meaning that the journey time to the desired hospital is greatly reduced – all of which significantly benefits the patient’s wellbeing. A patient on an ambulance flight in a Learjet 35 is not only cared for by a medical team – a relative can also accompany the patient on the flight to provide moral support.
We will be happy to advise you on selecting suitable airports close to your departure point and destination. Our database includes all the applicable airports worldwide, so you can trust in our experience.
- 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:||770 km/h|
|Engine(s):||2 x Garrett TFE731-2|
|Service ceiling:||13.700 m|