By:Angel MedFlight Contributor
The newest member of the Angel MedFlight family, the Learjet 35, took off for its first medical passenger flight last week. After a successful run, the 35 appears to be the perfect example of excellence in aviation.
Director of Operation Brandon Kearns says, “I would say that with the addition of 135AJ, Angel MedFlight will add yet another tool to offer to its special guest and clientele. Be it Passenger, Charter or Medical transportation needs, Angel MedFlight is setting the bar high with this state of the art light jet.”
Reliability is invaluable when it comes to private mid-size luxury aircraft. The Learjet 35 offers comprehensive avionics, providing invaluable communication, navigation and anti-collision systems to pilots and crew. The Learjet 35 will be used as a medically configured air ambulance. Angel MedFlight’s jets feature pressurized cabins and are medically configured as flying hospital intensive care units complete with custom stretcher, specialized equipment and medications, and delivering life saving care around the globe.
While airline requirements for new wide-body aircraft remain ambiguous, the Learjet 35 has been precisely measured and calculated to ensure the least amount of drag and greatest performance capabilities. The beautiful exterior is only rivaled by its impressive in-flight performance and spacious interior. The brand new interior provides a level of elegance, impressive to even the most discerning traveler.
Angel MedFlight owns, operates and meticulously maintains a fleet of state-of-the-art medically-dedicated jets. Having an in-house Air Charter Certificate means Angel MedFlight staff controls the quality of the aircraft, including advanced avionics and safety features that exceed FAA standards. The added quality-control gives confidence that the Angel MedFlight jet transporting a patient or loved one is safe, comfortable and completes the promise of safety.
Angel MedFlight has a perfect safety record because of the processes in place. Director of Operations, Brandon Kearns adds, “It is less expensive to delay or cancel a flight than to pay for an accident.” If safety is defined as the lack of an occurrence, then the only way to guarantee safety is to suspend all operations, therefore removing all risks. Kearns explains that Angel MedFlight defines safety as a planned process.
Angel MedFlight’s new Learjet 35 will be delivered over the next month enabling the air ambulance company to take more passengers to key markets. With the Learjet 35’s avionics, passengers and crew can rest assured that they are in good hands.
*Angel MedFlight currently utilizes the services of sole and exclusive FAA F.A.R. Part 135 vendors, such as AeroJet Services, LLC (License Number: J7EA116I).