TriState Care Flight operates a total of 40 aircraft, including 22 AW119’s and 10 AW109 Power’s. The EMS configured interiors allow for the finest patient care environment within a cabin that exceeds basic standards in air medical transportation.
“AgustaWestland congratulates TriState CareFlight and their operations team for achieving 60,000 flight hours across their fleet over the past 11 years,” said Giovanni Cecchelli, Vice President of Customer Support and Training. “As a proven innovator in maintenance and operations within the air medical transportation industry, we are proud to call TriState CareFlight our partners and work with them in delivering access to care to patients in the Western United States.”
“This latest achievement highlights the dedication of our maintenance and operations personnel, allowing for exceptional reliability of our fleet of aircraft,” said Dr. Blake Stamper, President of TriState CareFlight. “I would like to thank all of our staff and our customer support representatives from AgustaWestland for their hard work and continuous support to ensure we continue our focus on the delivery of the highest quality patient care throughout the region.”
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