AirLink - (FW) Bend, Oregon

Every second counts in a medical emergency. No one knows that better than the flight crew at AirLink Critical Care Transport, an emergency air ambulance service that covers 130,000 square miles in Oregon. With two bases in Bend, AirLink is ready to respond at a moment's notice 24-hours-a-day, every day.

AirLink averages more than four lifesaving missions each day, carrying seriously ill or injured patients to the nearest appropriate medical facility. Since its inception in 1985, AirLink has flown more than 20,000 missions. Currently, AirLink flies an American EUROCOPTER EC-145 helicopter and a PILATUS PC-12 airplane.

 


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This program's name is a "DBA" for Med-Trans Corporation (Med-Trans), an FAA Part 135 certificate holder and operator. Accordingly, all transportation by air that is done by this program is, in fact, done by Med-Trans. All aircraft and flights are under the operational control of Med-Trans, and all operations by this program are conducted under Med-Trans' operations specifications (OpSpecs). Med-Trans has the responsibility for ensuring this program's aircraft(s) are airworthy and are in compliance with its FAA-approved inspection/maintenance program. Med-Trans has specified the conditions under which flight may be operated. All flight crewmembers at this program that are assigned to a flight by Med-Trans are qualified, and have been trained under Med-Trans' approved training program.

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