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How can I get a free air ambulance quote?

You can get a quote in several easy ways:

What kind of patients typically fly on an air ambulance?

Air Ambulance World can arrange fixed-wing air ambulance service for virtually any patient condition in any location around the world.

Whether it's a car accident in Maine, a heart-attack in Madrid, a fall injury in Canada, or a near-drowning on the beaches of Mexico, we have the resources to get you out of there quickly and urgently.

Some typical patient conditions requiring air ambulance transport are:

  • Critical Care (CCT, ICU, CCU)
  • Emergency medicine
  • Trauma (post-traumatic care)
  • High-risk pregnancy
  • Neonatal (infants)
  • Pediatric (children)
  • Geriatric (elderly patients)
  • Bariatric (obese patient transfer)
  • Burn patients
  • Brain & spinal cord injury
  • Stroke patients
  • Ventilator-dependent patients
  • Cancer treatment
  • Organ transplant & procurement
  • Cardiac trauma & surgery
  • Pain management
  • Hospice and palliative care
  • End of life flights
  • Deceased transport

What states and countries do air ambulances fly to?

Our name says it all - we can find you the best deals on medical flights worldwide.

What can I bring on a medical flight?

You'll need a driver's license or other photo ID, a passport (for flights outside of the U.S.), and one soft-sided, carry-on sized piece of luggage weighing 20 pounds or less. You may want to bring items that make you feel comfortable, like a blanket, reading materials or perhaps a favorite stuffed animal for children.