FlightWorks, Inc., the Southeast’s largest on-demand private air charter, aircraft management, and government services company, has become an FAA-certified air ambulance provider. The certification will initially serve to enhance FlightWorks’ capabilities as a Department of Defense (DOD) Commercial Airlift Review Board (CARB) approved air carrier.
Today’s DOD missions require platforms that can perform multiple mission types. With the addition of air ambulance certification, FlightWorks DHC-4A Turbo Caribou (“Caribou”) can now perform CASEVAC/MEDEVAC, STOL, LCLA/airdrop, passenger, cargo, COMBI, and combat offload missions.
To add even more mission flexibility, the Caribou has an FAA-approved six (6) NATO-type litter installation. The NATO-type six litter installation allows for maximum CASEVAC/MEDEVAC patient transfer between fixed and rotary wing assets in the field while also maintaining completely horizontal loading through the large rear ramp.
The Turbo Caribou (“Caribou”) is a highly capable, military developed platform with exceptional capabilities and superior reliability. Without questions, it is an extremely versatile aircraft that can do multiple types of missions in austere operating areas while maintaining the strictest operational readiness rates.
For more details, call 770-422-7375 to speak with Dan Lucey about FlightWorks’ air ambulance and other capabilities as a DOD CARB approved operator.
About FlightWorks: FlightWorks operates private executive facilities and business jets in major markets across the United States where it offers on-demand private air charter, aircraft management, government services and aviation consulting under Federal Aviation Regulation Parts 91 and 135. The company has private executive terminals in Atlanta and Washington, D.C., as well as additional charter operations throughout the Southeast, Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Central and Western United States, and select international locations. FlightWorks boasts a fleet of over 20 that includes turboprops to light jets, mid- and super-mid-sized jets to large cabin jets capable of carrying 15 passengers. To learn more, visit http://www.flightworks.com, and find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/flightworks and Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/flightworksinc.