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London is perhaps one of the most visited cities in the world and it caters something for everyone. From culture and history to food and great times, the City has lots to offer. Although life in London is full of excitement, the Londoners love to take foreign trips abroad every now and then. While most of them will travel to the UK and other ...

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Since ages, America is called the land of freedom and opportunities. It is one of the biggest countries in the world filled with scenic landscapes - ranging from tallest skyscrapers and historic streets to verdant forests and sparkling deserts. With so much to do and see, the United States stands high as one of the most sought after tourist ...

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If you are a 90s kid or teenager, you’ve probably heard of Vengaboys shouting on the top of their voice “Whoa, we’re going to Ibiza...We’re gonna have a party... In The Mediterranean Sea!  We are sure that brings back wonderful memories of the good ol’ days. It also goes to show how Ibiza is portrayed – as a land for fun, forlic, and ...

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Scenic landscapes, soulful big cities, historic places and romantic towns make Germany the seventh most visited country in the world. Every year legions of travellers from Netherlands, the United States, the United Kingdom, and Switzerland come to Germany for its great outdoor locations, shopping opportunity, cleanliness, nightlife and food ...

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Australia, the land of white-sand beaches, surreal red deserts, breathtaking wildlife, tropical forests, and snowy mountains, is one of the most varied and interesting travel destinations around.  What we love best about this sixth biggest land mass in the world is that it offers everything that a discerning traveller may look for. From ...

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Life in the Little Red Dot may sometimes get too stressful. It’s no surprise that Singaporeans love to travel, whether it’s a long vacation in Paris or just a weekend in Bangkok to recharge the energy. A recent survey showed that people in Singapore took an average of 5.2 vacations in one year. While it’s great to travel around the world, home ...

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If you are planning to visit the European countries for business or leisure, you are probably aware that the Schengen Area comprises of 26 European states excluding Bulgaria, Cyprus Croatia, Romania, Ireland, and the United Kingdom. According to the Schengen agreement, residents of the countries that fall under this area are free to move ...

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The vibrant cities, historic buildings and contemporary culture make Spain one of the most visited holiday destinations for the British. From carnivals and festivals to white water sports and skiing, there is so much to see and enjoy in the country. With a legion of leisure and business travellers visiting Spain from the UK, the demand for ...

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India has one of the fastest developing tourism sectors in the world, and over 6% of the nation’s GDP (gross domestic product) comes from tourism alone. From a wide range of exotic holiday-destinations and world-famous business districts to states offering medical tourism are all responsible for the influx of foreign travellers to the country ...

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Americans love to live the good life and travel around the world to see new and exciting places. A recent survey showed that there was an 8% rise in US travellers going to international destinations. Many of them did not stray too far away from home and preferred holidaying in Mexico, followed by Canada. Europe was the third most visited ...

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A leading news site recently reported that one in four people travelling to a foreign destination do not consider taking medical travel insurance. While no one wants to dwell on the idea of things going wrong or falling ill on a dream vacation, accidents may happen anytime and to anyone. That only goes to explain why you must get a travel ...

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According to a report published by ONS (Office of National Statistics), UK residents took 70.8 million foreign trips in 2016 alone. It marked a significant rise of 8% increase from 2015. It just goes to show that UK citizens are taking more holidays and some of the most visited destinations are Spain, France, Italy, Ireland, the USA, Portugal ...

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Let’s face it. The medical repatriation cost to get travelers back home in case they fall ill abroad is high but life is more precious! Many people are apprehensive about medevac services considering them too expensive. However, if you take into account the challenges, you and your family members may face in a foreign country in case of an ...

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The excitement of traveling to a foreign land to explore new places, enjoy new experiences, and meet new people can be overwhelming. The last thing you would want to think about is medical repatriation, but let us forget that future is unseen. Depending on where you are travelling to, finding modern medical care may be tough in case you fall ...

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Let me begin by saying that flying with a baby bump is perfectly safe if you are enjoying a healthy pregnancy and following your doctor’s advice. The best time to travel is perhaps the second trimester when you are over morning sickness and the belly is not too large to make it uncomfortable for you to manoeuvre in the airport. However, we are ...

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If it is not only economical, but makes sense medically, we will offer our patients repatriation from abroad by ambulance or rescue vehicle only, instead of the commonly used air ambulance. However, when organising such return transport, it is important to clarify numerous matters that could be important for the safety of the patient during ...

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Every day, we advise numerous relatives of our patients on the topic of repatriation from abroad. We are often asked whether using just an ambulance to bring a patient back home from abroad can be an alternative to using an aircraft. There are many reasons you might ask yourself this, which we will go into further below: Availability: Many ...

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Under some circumstances, we are able to organise ambulance flights at very short notice even if patients and family members have not been issued a visa. This is the case if a treatment in another country seems necessary, is urgent or cannot be performed at the current location. Contrary to what many of our foreign patients believe, the timing ...

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Most ambulance flights have to be performed as fast as possible. Even if a patient has been deemed fit for transport, it is important to clarify which drugs and what kind of equipment is required, which ambulance will transport the patient to the ambulance plane etc. In such cases, a phone consultation between physicians can be helpful. A ...

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German hospitals enjoy an excellent reputation among many patients worldwide. Especially in Russia and the CIS countries as well as the rest of Eastern Europe, but also on the Arabian Peninsula and in Asia, Germany is considered one of the top destinations for medical procedures abroad. Individuals from Russia and Kazakhstan still constitute ...

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Medicinal transport on a chartered flight is the most economical way of transporting injured or sick people by air. This is only possible for less complex illnesses, when patients are not dependent on artificial respiration or other intensive care procedures during patient transport. For this, several rows of seats are transformed into a ...

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When preparing patient transports in ambulance airplanes, it is important to make sure that the patient is fit for transport. Many patients do not know who can competently answer such a question. For that reason, many rely on the opinion of physicians at the hospital where they are currently being treated. Especially abroad, many patients and ...

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Nobody likes to think about it, yet it might happen to each of us: An accident or serious illness abroad, necessitating medical transport from abroad. It might even be necessary to arrange intensive care transport, depending on the severity of the patient’s situation. Many people first contact their insurance company in such situations. The ...

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As well as providing rescue flights and medical repatriations from abroad, we also offer patient transport on the ground. We can, for instance, take patients from the clinic to the airport or collect them from the airport after an air ambulance flight and drive them home. We deploy ambulances and rescue vehicles depending on the medical ...

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