Air Methods Corporation
for rotary wing services, which include pilots and mechanics. Air Methods Corporation (NASDAQ: AIRM) is the nation’s largest provider of air medical emergency transport services and systems. The company is dedicated exclusively to air medical transport, focusing on the quality of care to patients, and safety in aviation operations.
With 36 years of experience, the company transports more than 84,000 patients annually who require intensive medical care from either the scene of an accident or general care hospitals to highly skilled trauma centers or tertiary care centers. Air Methods operates a fleet of more than 450 helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft in 48 states and is headquartered in Englewood, Colo.
Airlift Northwest contracts with Aero Air, LLC
based in Hillsboro, Ore., for fixed wing services, which include pilots and mechanics. Aero Air provides air charter service to more than 4,000 airports throughout the continental U.S., Alaska and Hawaii.
Airlift Northwest Fleet
Our fleet includes the following aircraft.
- One Augusta A109E Power and four Airbus H - 135 high-performance helicopters are based in Bremerton, Bellingham, Arlington, Seattle, Yakima and Olympia.
- One fixed wing Pilatus PC-12 based in Yakima.
- One fixed wing Learjet 31A based in Seattle.
- One fixed-wing Learjet 31A is based in Juneau.
- One fixed wing Turbo Commander (which will be swapped out for a Pilatus PC-12 in the first quater of 2017) is based in Juneau.
In addition, Airlift Northwest can land at some smaller communities in Southeast Alaska, including Haines, Kake, Klawock, Yakutut and Gustavus (weather and daylight permitting).
All aviation services, pilots and mechanics are provided by Air Methods Corporation and Aero Air, LLC.