EagleMed contracts Yingling Aviation to modify another King Air
EagleMed has contracted Yingling Aviation to modify another Beechcraft King Air B200 to air ambulance configuration.
EagleMed has contracted Wichita-based Yingling Aviation to convert and modify another Beechcraft King Air B200 aircraft to carry out dedicated emergency and inter-facility flights.
When delivered to EagleMed in late February, the additional aircraft will become EagleMed’s 16th King Air fixed wing critical care air medical transport aircraft.
“As we grow and require more fixed wing aircraft to support the communities we serve and our AirMedCare membership, we have engaged Yingling Aircraft to convert our latest aircraft acquisition for critical care air medical transport use. Yingling does excellent work in meeting our strenuous requirements for quality, workmanship and passenger safety,” said Larry Bugg, president of EagleMed.
“Yingling Aviation is pleased to work for our Wichita Mid-Continent Airport neighbor EagleMed to reconfigure its King Airs to the highest aviation and air medical standards,” said Yingling Aviation vice president of customer programmes Jerry Pickett.