AeroMedevac Ireland relocates to Dublin Airport


Move allows 24 hours a day service

AeroMedevac Ireland CitationAeroMedevac Ireland,
the Irish based air ambulance operation has announced that it relocated its
aircraft to Dublin
Airport, allowing the company
to provide a service 24 hours a day.

AeroMedevac Ireland commenced operations In
December 2010 to provide aeromedical repatriation for people who become ill and
injured while travelling overseas. The Company also provides hospital to
hospital transfer services for people in Irish hospitals who wish to return to
their home country for further treatment.

Keith Trower, chief executive officer
AeroMedevac Ireland
says: “We wish to maximise the availability of our air ambulance aircraft for
all mission requests. For this reason, we are very pleased to announce that the
aircraft will be located at Dublin
airport from the 18th August. Our mission is to support and serve the community
and to make a positive life changing contribution to those who will benefit
from emergency medical repatriation.”