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Helicopter Capability Due to their robust capability, fl ying speed (with a top speed of 155 kts or 178 mph), and versatile interior layout, the EC135 aircraft is now the most popular model of helicopter used by air ambulances across the UK. Midlands Air Ambulance Charity is proud to have been one of the very fi rst air ambulance operators to use this model, which is a great asset in delivering the very best possible patient care across the region. In fact, thanks to incredibly generous public donations, the charity’s EC135T2e aircraft based at RAF Cosford (which is


registered G-OMAA and cost


£4.5 million / $6.9 million) is wholly owned by the charity, while the two further EC135 aircraft


are leased from the charity’s aviation partner, Bond Air Services.


Each helicopter has the capacity to carry a crew comprising the pilot and two fl ight critical care paramedics, or a pilot, fl ight critical care paramedic, and fl ight doctor. As


part of a partnership agreement,


members of the aircrew are seconded to Midlands Air Ambulance Charity by the service’s health partner, West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust.


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