The Leading Mediterranean Air Ambulance Service

AirMed provides Private Air Ambulance Services to health institutions, governments, insurance companies and individuals. Our area of operations is North Africa and the Mediterranean.

Our Mediterranean Air Ambulances and medical crews operate on a 24 hours basis, providing a professional door to door International Air Ambulance Charter Service. Our main area of operations is Libya, Tunisia and Malta.  Please be assured we use the latest equipment and medical expertise available.

To receive a Private Air Ambulance quotation please call:

Phone:

call  (+356) 21320767
call  (+356) 21320768

Mobile:

call  +44 7770 798595
call  +21 8912 123805

Apply online by clicking here  

 

How We Work

AirMed will engage the services of an executive handling agent at the airport of departure and arrival. The handling agent is employed to ensure that the transfer between ground ambulance to air ambulance and vice versa is quick and as easy as possible.

On arrival at the airport of departure / arrival the AirMed ground ambulance will be met by the handling agent and escorted directly to the awaiting air ambulance where the medical team will ensure that the patient is transferred to, and is made comfortable on, the aircraft or ambulance.

 

Aircraft Luggage Allowance

AirMed take pride in the high standards we set for patient care. The air ambulance aircraft we use are fitted with complete medical stretcher systems that incorporate medical oxygen, suction and electrical power outlets for medical equipment. Therefore, space on board the aircraft is limited and it is recommended that luggage is restricted to one piece of hand luggage per person weighing not more than 10kgs.

Flying with a Companion

A question that is often asked by family members is, “Can I fly on the Air Ambulance too?” The answer, under normal circumstances, is “Yes”

All AirMed air ambulances have the capacity to comfortably carry one companion with the patient. However, AirMed recommends that critical ill patients travel alone to avoid worry and distress for the companion. Therefore the decision to carry a companion is one that rests with our medical director and depends on the medical condition of the patient. If companion travel is approved the same service is provided to companions travelling with patients, as is offered to patients i.e. any security requirements will be dealt with by the AirMed handling agent.