European Air Ambulance gathers medical repatriation experience from over 150 countries worldwide, giving EAA some of the broadest expertise in the air ambulance industry. EAA can also rely on a dense network of international co-operation agreements, which ensures speedy and smooth execution of intensive care transports with bed-to-bed service.
EAA coordinates a fleet of 6 air ambulance aircrafts, LearJet 45XR, all fitted with state-of-the-art medical equipment and supplies to ensure the best possible patient care in the air. These aircraft are based in Luxembourg (ELLX). All EAA missions are staffed by an experienced intensive care medical team consisting of at least 1 physician and 1 flight nurse. EAA can choose the physician from a large pool of anaesthetists, neonatologists, paediatricians, gynaecologists, obstetricians or other specialists, depending on the patient’s medical condition.
European Air Ambulance provides specialised, multilingual staff at the Sales & Mission Control Centre that can handle everything from quote to invoice via the safe delivery of the patient to the destination hospital.
Quote requests submitted to EAA are answered with minimum notice. After the confirmation has been received, the mission preparation starts immediately - day or night - ensuring a fast and safe repatriation of the patient.