FOR CORONAVIRUS PATIENTS

Is a Coronavirus patient fit to fly?

Due to the high risk of contagion, a patient with suspected or confirmed Coronavirus is not allowed to travel on a commercial flight. Only an air ambulance is suitable in such cases.  Our air ambulance jets have been specially equipped with an AMERICAN MADE portable isolation chamber. This device, allows us to transport the infected patient as secure as possible. Since the decision of a transportation of a patient with confirmed Coronavirus is made on a case-to-case basis, we suggest that you contact us directly. ​


  • Confirmed Cases of Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)
    Based on our current  capability We can offer simultaneous transportation of  2  patients with confirmed “2019-nCoV“ infection on a case by case basis. All such flights will be operated with an ISO-CHAMBER unit with dedicated trained medical teams and equipment.

  • Case Contacts with negative 2019-nCoV serology
    Based on our current capabilities, We offer transportation of patients who are positive case contacts as defined, with negative “2019-nCoV“ serology test results, on a case by case basis. All such flights will be operated with an Iso-Chamber  unit with dedicated trained medical teams and equipment.

  • Patients with conditions unrelated to Wuhan Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)
    Air ambulance transports for patients with unrelated diagnoses, from locations where the outbreak is established, will similarly be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.









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