Established in 1980 to provide air medical transport. Home based at Centennial Airport in Englewood Colorado but operating from 306 bases of operations in 47 states. Owned, leased or maintained aircraft features over 400 helicopters and fixed wing aircraft.
In 2011 acquired Omniflight Helicopters.
The Air Medical Services Division is the largest HEMS provider in the United States. e.g. :
AirCare, Air Idaho Rescue, CareFlight, JeffSTAT, Lee County EMS, Lehigh Valley MedEvac, LifeEvac Virginia, Life Flight Network, LifeNet Delaware, LifeNet, Inc, LifeNet SC, LifeSaver, Mercy Air, Stanford Life Flight, UCAN, UW Health, Vanderbilt University
The United Rotorcraft Division specializes in the design and manufacture of aeromedical and aerospace technology.
The Tourism Division is comprised of Sundance Helicopters and Blue Hawaiian.
New Training Facility in Denver, Colorado, 15-Mar-17 : Air Methods and FlightSafety International announced the new Learning Center in Denver, Colorado operating an AS350B3 and a EC135 Level-D simulators
Air Methods to Be Acquired by American Securities, 14-Mar-17 : Air Methods, the largest provider of air medical transport services in USA, to be bought by American Securities in $2.5 billion deal
Three More EC145 for Air Methods, 15-Dec-16 : AMTC 2016 St Louis Children’s Hospital to receive two new EC145 and Virginia Commonwealth University Health System one. Operated by Air Methods, they will replace older aircraft now in service, EC135 and Bk117