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Spectrum Aeromed equips Redstar Aviation's new Bombardier Learjet 45XR

Posted 6 December 2016 · Add Comment

Spectrum Aeromed has announced this week that the company was selected to equip Turkey, based Redstar Aviation's new Bombardier Learjet 45XR with new air ambulance equipment.

Previously Spectrum Aeromed equipped a BAe Jetstream 32 EP and another Bombardier Learjet 45 for Redstar Aviation. The new aircraft will begin operation in January of 2017.

“We have a working relationship with Redstar Aviation that has been in existence for many years,” said vice president and Account Representative Thomas Redder from the Munich, Germany office of Spectrum Aeromed. “On their previous aircraft we equipped them with a dual ICU stretcher configuration. We are thankful that they will be using our equipment once more on their new aircraft.”

Redstar Aviation is an air ambulance company that has been in operation since 1989 and is a subsidiary of Gulf Helicopters Company from Doha, State of Qatar.  Redstar Aviation is the first private air ambulance company in Turkey.

“Redstar has been using Spectrum products for more than a decade and we are very happy with Spectrum Aeromed’s solutions,” said Redstar Aviation accountable manager Emre Dursun. “The support and solution-oriented approach of Spectrum Aeromed is vital for Redstar for this long-lasting relation between our organisations.”

Redstar Aviation is already planning another purchase of an additional Bombardier Learjet 45XR that will be equipped with more Spectrum Aeromed equipment.

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