European Air Ambulance Air ambulance service in Sandweiler, Luxembourg

Based at Luxembourg Airport, European Air Ambulance (EAA) is one of the largest specialised air ambulance providers in Europe.

Operating a fleet six air ambulance aircraft composed of Challenger 605 and Learjet 45XR fitted with state-of-the-art medical equipment, the company offers worldwide air ambulance repatriation with outstanding end-to-end patient care.

All EAA missions are crewed with a specialised team of one physician supported by a nurse or paramedic. Other specialist medical crew are available, depending on the patient`s medical requirements.

The EAA Mission Control Centre is open 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. Air ambulance services available include air ambulance repatriation, medical clearance, organ transplant logistics, neonatal/incubator transport, overweight patient transport and medical escort on scheduled airlines. The EAA aircraft are equipped with a customised stretcher system, ICU medical equipment and all necessary drugs. In addition, the full double stretcher aircraft are capable of transporting two intensive care patients simultaneously.

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Organisation type

Air ambulance service

Address

Luxembourg Airport
Gate E13, Findel (L)
PO Box 24
Sandweiler
L-5201
Luxembourg

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