The Bell 429 is the most advanced air medical helicopter in the Pacific Northwest and contains the best IFR capabilities in the industry. With an expansive patient care cabin, the Bell 429 provides clinical teams with unhindered full-body access and maneuverability for treating patients. This access allows our expertly trained clinicians to provide comprehensive, ICU-level care to any patient, regardless of illness or injury.
The Bell 407GXi is highly reliable and lives up to its reputation as a proven air medical helicopter. With its ultra-advanced avionics suite, the Bell 407GXi includes three-dimensional terrain mapping for the pilot and a two-axis autopilot for increased safety. Its power-to-weight ratio provides for excellent performance at high altitudes. An enhanced communications platform allows teams to seamlessly communicate with the dispatching agency or receiving hospital en route, on approach for landing, or at any other time during the patient transfer process.
The Eurocopter (now Airbus) EC135 twin-engine helicopter is a popular aircraft in the air medical industry. Similar to the AgustaWestland aircraft, the EC135 is capable of transporting a specialty team. The rear patient care compartment is separate from the pilot area. Our fleet has five EC135s. Some capable of flying under instrument flight rules in the foggy and cloudy region west of the Cascade Mountains.
Our most effective tools in reaching patients at greater distances, the fixed-wing fleet is strategically placed at bases throughout the Pacific Northwest and Intermountain West.
ICU-level transport is as vital on the ground as it is in the air. And because we are at the ready for nearly any situation, Life Flight Network maintains a fleet of ground ambulances at bases in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Montana.
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