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Aero Jet International / Air Ambulance Professionals Open Air Ambulance Operation Base in Seattle
Fort Lauderdale, Fla -- Aero Jet International (AJI) – Air Ambulance Professionals (AAP) announces the establishment of a new base of operations at the Seattle Boeing Field (BFI) as of July 1, 2012 through the summer season.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., June 15, 2012 -- Aero Jet International (AJI) – Air Ambulance Professionals (AAP) announces the establishment of a new base of operations at the Seattle Boeing Field (BFI) as of July 1, 2012 through the summer season. The company will open the base with one Learjet 35A aircraft to meet the high demand of aeromedical transport requests in the Pacific NW, Canada and Alaska.
"Alaska has been a successful part of vacation destination offerings for some time," said Dawn Cerbone, AJI-AAP, Marketing Director. "Having a base in Seattle Washington will allow us to extend our market presence into the Pacific NW, Canada and Alaska while continuing to offer our clients and vacationers more affordable, efficient options. "We are very pleased with this expansion of service in Seattle and it is another example of our success with the re-capitalization of the companies”, said Stuart Hayman, AJI-AAP, CEO.
The Seattle Boeing Field (BFI) is AJI-AAP's third base of operations, the first base in Florida (FXE) with five Learjet 35A’s, currently provides services to the Western Hemisphere and the second in San Juan Puerto Rico (SJU) with one Cessna 402B, provides services to the Caribbean Basin. The recent addition of the 7th aircraft makes AJI-AAP, the largest dedicated fixed wing air ambulance operator in the Americas.
The Learjet 35A is the leading aircraft in the air medical transport arena and is renowned for its safety and performance. AJI-AAP customized fleet of aircraft enables the company to offer safe, reliable and flexible service to its valued customers as well as $100 million umbrella casualty insurance coverage, with seven dedicated fixed-wing air ambulance aircraft.