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    NEWS | US Spectrum Aeromed

    Air Ambulance Interior for the AW109SP


    Spectrum Aeromed completed production Amendment for the AgustaWestland AW109SP supplemental type certificate (STC) with a lightweight air ambulance interior



    Spectrum Aeromed completed production Amendment for the AgustaWestland AW109SP supplemental type certificate (STC) with a lightweight air ambulance interior

    Air Ambulance Interior for the AW109SP


    Spectrum Aeromed, March 13, 2018 - Spectrum Aeromed announced that they have completed production on their newest Amendment: the AgustaWestland AW109SP STC with a lightweight air ambulance interior.

    Per the request of an industry-leading air ambulance customer, Spectrum designed and manufactured a new interior for their new AW109SP.

    Working closely with the medical crew and the aircraft manufacturer, Spectrum’s engineering team was able to meet the customer’s mission requirements.

    The amended STC consists of a lower profile platform/housing module with a storage area that secures the stretcher as well as a support mechanism that will allow the crew to easily load and unload the stretcher/Incubator Transport Deck.

    The Tanis Heater shore power installation includes an open area with a shore power plug to allow the aircraft to charge electric batteries while not in operation. New light-weight valance panels have been added to reduce the total weight of the interior to an estimated 45 pounds.


    Air Ambulance Interior for the AW109SP

    Air Ambulance Interior for the AW109SP


    This article is listed in :
    US Spectrum Aeromed
    AgustaWestland AW109SP GrandNew
    US FAA     Federal Aviation Administration
    --Helicopters Interiors



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