Spectrum Aeromed in the News

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Options for Patient Loading

By Matthew Christenson At Spectrum Aeromed we offer both an electric and manual patient loading system. Some customers use both systems for their aircraft. Depending on your aircraft and patient loading needs we will help to provide you with the best solution for your crew and patient. Our electric and manual patient loaders are rated.. read more →

11 May 2016
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First Air Ambulance Launched in Ethiopia with Spectrum Aeromed Equipment

East African Aviation (EAA) has set up the first fixed-wing air ambulance in Ethiopia.  Take a look at the article that appeared in Airmed & Rescue Magazine below. read more →

Bell 429 Mockup at HELI- EXPO 2016

Here is a demonstration of the new Bell 429 mockup with Rotorcraft Pro owner Lyn Burks at HELI-EXPO 2016 read more →

The Benefits of Using a Modular Air Medical System

By Matthew Christenson We have a high percentage of customers who have a charter plane but also have a hospital contract, so they need to adapt their aircraft quickly for different situations. For this reason, we offer a modular system, which can be installed or removed quickly so you can use your aircraft for dual purposes… read more →

27 Apr 2016
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Meet Spectrum Aeromed’s Director of Engineering

Justin Mahler is the director of engineering at Spectrum Aeromed. It’s his job to oversee the design and certification processes as modifications are made to aircraft. He coordinates with the Federal Aviation Administration, as well as foreign aviation authorities. It’s part of his job and his personality to pay major attention to detail. Justin is.. read more →

13 Apr 2016
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Handling Aircraft Field Approvals

by Justin Mahler   Depending on the nature of the change to your aircraft, Spectrum Aeromed can assist you with engineering reports, creating aircraft flight manual supplements, and 8110-3 showing compliance of the data. If you have an aircraft that isn’t commonly used for an air ambulance and the rest of the marketplace didn’t pursue.. read more →

30 Mar 2016
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Details About Supplemental Type Certificates

by Justin Mahler Every aircraft has specific requirements and every customer has specific needs. Our team of engineers and designers works to ensure that every aspect is accounted for on the Supplemental Type Certificates (STC). We have numerous STCs for the FAA and the European Aviation Safety Administration, as well as approvals in Argentina, Brazil,.. read more →

16 Mar 2016
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Options for Outfitting Your Medical Aircraft

By Justin Mahler If you have a medical mission that requires something that’s not currently available on the market, Spectrum Aeromed will work with your medical team, mechanics, and the FAA to design and provide the exact solution you need to provide the best care possible. We have helped many operators with their custom loading.. read more →

02 Mar 2016
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Spectrum Aeromed Celebrates 25th Anniversary Showcases New Bell 429 Helicopter System at HELI EXPO Booth 4745 March 1-3

(FARGO, ND. —2/23/16) Spectrum Aeromed announced today that the company is celebrating their 25th year in business and will showcase new medical equipment designed for the Bell 429 Helicopter at the Helicopter Association International HELI EXPO convention in Louisville, Kentucky from March 1-3, in booth 4745. “We started this year celebrating with our employees the.. read more →

23 Feb 2016
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Keeping up with Regional Aircraft Standards Around the World

By Thomas Redder Next to the certification processes,  at Spectrum Aeromed, we have designed our systems in a way that allows operation in accordance with regional standards around the world. Spectrum Aeromed can provide a customized solution globally, including all required certifications. electrical sockets on our module are identical to the public electrical system used.. read more →

17 Feb 2016
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