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Heliatica contracts Air Ambulance Technology for two EMS kits to certify them in Russia and install on Mil Mi-8MTV


Russian company Heliatica signs with Air Ambulance Technology GmbH for two state-of-the-art patient intensive care stations for Mil Mi-8MTV helicopters


Heliatica contracts Air Ambulance Technology for two EMS kits to certify them in Russia and install on Mil Mi-8MTV


Heliatica, March 08, 2017 - Dallas, TX – private Russian company Heliatica signs a contract with Air Ambulance Technology GmbH for two state-of-the-art patient intensive care stations for Mil Mi-8MTV helicopters.

The HEMS kit will be supplied by Air Ambulance Technology (AAT) with medical floor, stretchers, oxygen station and provisions for the medical equipment. Upon delivery of the kits Heliatica will integrate all medical equipment and validate it by the Aviation Register of the Russian Federation for installation on Mil Mi-8MTV platforms. Both stations will be transferred to Kazan Helicopters factory (part of Russian Helicopters holding) for the factory installation on the brand-new Mi-8MTVs.

Heliatica is an exclusive AAT distributor for the territory of Russia since December 2014. “Within last 3 years Heliatica certified and installed AAT intensive care kits on several Western-built platforms such as Airbus Helicopters H125, H135 and H145 operated by Russian private and state-owned operators, but this is a fist project with Russian Helicopters holding to equip one of the most popular heavy weight platforms such as Mi-8/17 during factory assembly”, - says Tatiana DUSHENKOVA, general director of Heliatica.

For more information, please visit Heliatica at HAI booth #2307 and Air Ambulance Technology at HAI booth #12345.

About Heliatica: Heliatica is a one-stop-shop for general aviation, commercial and state helicopter operators. The company’s core competencies are pre-owed helicopters, supply of spare parts, distribution in Russia and CIS of STC mission equipment, maintenance and training solutions from Western providers.


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