The Best Possible Care – Anytime, Anywhere
Real disasters require rapid response by governments, military personnel, medical staff and relief agencies. The ability to carry large loads and operate from short, unimproved runways or even roads allows the PC-12 NGX to provide aid in a way that no other aircraft can. The PC-12 NGX’s large cargo door and flat floor facilitate quick turns reloading pallets of supplies on the ground or air-lifting critically injured patients.
The PC-12 NGX has proven itself dutifully as a firstresponder providing support to teams helping people impacted by the earthquake in Haiti, Hurricane Katrina, Covid-19 and in relief efforts throughout the world.
Even more, the reconfigurable cabin can easily transform a single asset into a tool for multiple missions. Intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, medevac, personnel transport, cargo hauling – no other aircraft matches the life saving capability, efficiency, and reliability of the PC-12 NGX.
Improve Health Outcomes to your Community
The PC-24 with state-of-the-art air ambulance fit out that serves as an in-flight emergency ward. It can fly at a top speed of 440 knots per hour (815 kilometres per hour) and has a range of up to 2,000 nautical miles (3,704 kilometres). The cabin altitude can be maintained at sea level up to flight level 230 ensuring your patient’s comfort.
With the PC-24’s performance, you’ll reach the person in need much faster. Its incredibly slow approach speed and sophisticated braking/lift dump system reduce the landing distance to an absolute minimum, keeping every landing safe.
The Super Versatile Jet can almost halve the time for long-haul, patient-critical scenarios and boost the air ambulance operator’s response time.
Provide the most advanced health care service to your community – with the PC-24.
The demand for first-class aircraft for Air Ambulance continues to grow. The PC-24 is the world's first and only Super Versatile jet, and the perfect aircraft for this type of operation. Benefits include low operating costs and the ability to operate on short and even unpaved surfaces.
A PRIVATE HOSPITAL ROOM – WITH WINGS
Impressive on Paper – Remarkable on Duty
- Operate with a balanced field length as short as 2,930 feet (893 metres)
- Take off and land on paved and unpaved runways
- Have sufficient space and comfort for up to three patients, medical crew and systems
- Use dedicated high-tech medical systems for intensive air ambulance operations
- Load your patients quickly and easily with an electrical powered loading device or alternatively with a ramp
- Enjoy superior versatility and flexibility and boost your response time
How many more reasons do you need?