Aircraft Fleet of European Air Ambulance (EAA)


LearJet 45XR

All aircraft are owned and operated by Luxembourg Air Ambulance and under the exclusive coordination of European Air Ambulance. All aircraft are fitted with state-of-the-art medical equipment and necessary medication to ensure outstanding patient care. They can be considered as flying intensive care units ready to take off at any moment, day or night, for medical repatriation worldwide.

Our fleet

Manufacturer: Bombardier, Wichita, USA
Speed: 860 km/h
Altitude: 51.000 feet
Range: 1.800 NM
Minimum runway length required: 4.000 feet
Crew: 2 Pilots, Physician, Flight Nurse
Dimensions: Length: 17,56 m
Height: 4,31 m
Wingspan: 14,56 m

Factsheet Learjet 45XR as EAA Air Ambulance Aircraf

  • Short fuel stop of only +/- 30 min due to single point refuelling capability
  • Short landing distances enabling the use of smaller airfields closer to the hospitals, reducing the ground transportation time for patients
  • Take off even in hot temperatures, especially important for missions out of Africa.
  • Take-off with more fuel which avoids additional fuel stop
  • Highest standards in production and certification
  • Windshield defogging system suitable for all ambient conditions
  • Auxiliary Power Unit offers the possibility to pre-heat / pre-cool the cabin for patient/passenger comfort and maintain constant temperature during fuel stop.
  • Flexible aircraft configuration: capability to carry 2 intensive care patients or 1 patient with up to 4 additional passengers
  • Stretcher system certified for patients up to 200 kg
  • Large cabin space; sufficient for medical crew, patient and passenger
  • High Baggage loading capability: space to fit at least 2 big suitcases
  • Separate lavatory with flushing toilet
  • Satellite phone provides ability to reach the crew worldwide during the flight
  • Certified safety standards identical to most modern airliner, i.e. Boeing 777
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