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PARTNERSHIPS


As a missionary program, Mercy Air is a non-profit completely funded by donations from partnerships and self support. The organization has many partnerships not only in Africa, but in the helicopter industry as well. Reuter says Mercy Air receives tremendous support from many amazing companies within the industry such as Air Methods, Wysong Enterprises, MMS Aviation, Aerometals, Piranha Aerospace Solutions, and Concorde Battery, to name a few.


“I am thrilled to see many of the companies from our industry come on board and somehow become a link in this chain of blessing by choosing to do something that is beyond themselves or business model. There’s a Biblical principle at work here regarding those who bless others without expecting gain. In turn, we pray for the success of our partners,” says Reuter.


Air Methods was first introduced to Mercy Air by one of its vendors for aircraft parts, Piranha Aerospace Solutions. Specifically, John Holland of Piranha Aerospace Solutions was made aware that Air Methods was removing a number of its older aircraft from service, and believed that a donation of an aircraft to Mercy Air was a possibility. Holland introduced Air Methods EVP of Operations Leo Morrissette to Reuter, and the rest is history.


A huge blessing will be coming soon to Mercy Air from Air Methods Corporation, which will be generously donating an AS350 B2 helicopter that will become Mercy’s third in its helicopter fleet.


“Air Methods admires Mercy Air’s mission to support isolated communities in African countries,” says Doug Flanders, communications director at Air Methods. “The organization offers relief, supplies, healthcare, and more to remote villages that would not have access otherwise. As an air medical service provider, Air Methods is dedicated to the health and well-being of its patients all over the U.S., so a partnership with Mercy Air was a perfect fit. We are honored to play a role in furthering the mission of Mercy Air and the humanitarian organizations they support. We have a unique understanding of the impact aviation services can have on people’s lives. It often can mean the difference between life and death. When we became aware of the opportunity to assist Mercy Air and expand their reach to even more people in need, we embraced it.”


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