What We Fly

Air AmbulanceAll aircraft utilized by AeroCare are FAA Certified and are configured in a manner that allows continuous access to the patient for patient care while ensuring the safety of the patient, passengers and crew.

Each aircraft contains:

  • Terrain Awareness Warning System (TAWS) - ground proximity warning system
  • Radar altimeter
  • Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT)
  • Equipment for ground to air communications
  • Pressurized, air conditioned cabin
  • Physical barrier between pilots and patient(s)

Beechcraft King Air Series

AeroCare utilizes King Air C90 aircraft for mid to short-range flights throughout the operation. These pressurized, twin engine turboprop aircrafts are capable of cruising up to 29,000 feet at speeds up to 330 mph. It has a very roomy interior and can transport one patient and one or two family members depending on patient condition and aircraft configuration.

The Part 135 Air Carrier assumes full responsibility for operational safety of the aircraft and shall have final authority to initiate, conduct or terminate any flight. Aircraft operated by Air Medical Resource Group Inc. (FAA Certificate Number 7AJA299N). All patient flights will be conducted under FAR Part 135 regulations.