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  • usa UNC Carolina Air Care

    State of North Carolina

    Air Medical Services


    carolina air care

    Established 1986, the University of North Carolina Hospitals' Carolina Air Care based at Chapel Hill, NC is a CAMTS accredited critical care and emergency air and ground transport agency of North Carolina and surrounding states. Four helicopters owned and operated by Air Methods. Fixed wing aircraft operated by Seven Bar.

    As of June 2020, op by Air Methods:
    N861NC Bell 429 UNC TARHEEL 1 at — Chatham Hospital, Siler City, NC
    N862NC Bell 429 UNC TARHEEL 2 — Aberdeen Fire Dept St 42, Aberdeen, NC
    N863NC EC135 UNC TARHEEL 3 — Goldsboro/Wayne Airport (KGWW)
    N864NC EC135 UNC TARHEEL 4 — Nash General Hospital, Rocky-Mount, NC
    N865NC EC135 UNC TARHEEL backup
    N111KJ/JLG25 Cessna Citation CJ3 525B TARHEEL 10 at Raleigh/Durham Intl Airport
    As of July 2021, fixed wing aircraft N111KH is operated by Jet Logistics. N861NC and N862NC manufactured in 2014. N863NC, N864NC, and N865NC were manufactured in 2007. N865NC is Carolina Air Care's backup aircraft.

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    News of UNC Carolina Air Care

    Carolina Air Care New Base at UNC Nash Campus, 08-Mar-18 : Carolina Air Care, which uses 3 EC135 and two Bell 429 operated by Air Methods, established Nash UNC Health Care as a permanent helicopter base site

    Bell Helicopter Celebrating National EMS Week, 17-May-16 : The week of May 15 – 21 serves as U.S. National EMS Week where we honor the dedication of Emergency Medical Service practitioners nationwide.

    Air Methods Delivers Medical Bell 429 to UNC, 18-Jan-16 : United Rotorcraft, an Air Methods Division, delivered the first of two Bell 429 emergency medical helicopters to the University of North Carolina (UNC)

    Bell 429 EMS for North Carolina Air Care, 16-Apr-15 : United Rotorcraft, an Air Methods Division, received an order to configure two Bell 429 helicopters with custom Emergency Medical Services (EMS) interior for the Carolina Air Care program


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    2020/    EC135     EC135P2+
    2016/    429
    2007/    EC135     EC135T2+

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