NASHVILLE, TN (September 23, 2014) — An AW 109 GrandNew was delivered by AgustaWestland to SevenBar Aviation in a formal delivery ceremony yesterday at the 2014 Air Medical Transport Conference. The GrandNew is the first rotor wing aircraft to be entered into SevenBar Aviation’s fleet.
“We are extremely excited to announce the addition of a Rotor-Wing aircraft to our fleet with the introduction of the AW 109 GrandNew,” CEO of SevenBar Aviation Wade Black said. “The addition of rotor wing services will enhance the capabilities of the transport program and ultimately improve patient care.”
The GrandNew will join a fleet of fixed wing aircraft to deliver advanced in-flight patient care and transport and features a Spectrum EMS Single/Dual Litter capable interior that houses a medical cabinet, a 6.7ft (2.04 m) stretcher, patient oxygen system and various medical mounting areas within the cabin. Additionally, the aircraft is equipped with a searchlight and a digital moving map.
About SevenBar Aviation
SevenBar Aviation was founded in New Mexico at Alameda Airport and has been in operation for more than 65 years. Today, SevenBar Aviation focuses exclusively on providing air medical flight operations to leading health care organizations across the country using the most advanced technology, highly trained professionals and proven aircraft. SevenBar Aviation is in the early stages of offering rotor wing helicopter EMS operations.
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