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Air Medical Resource Group Grows Eurocopter Fleet To Seven Aircraft

Exercises Four Options To Purchase Four AS350 B3e Helicopters

At the recently-completed Aviation Medical Transport Conference in St. Louis, MO, Air Medical Resource Group (AMRG) announced it has exercised their options and ordered four more AS350 B3e helicopters. The options were part of an order announced at Heli-Expo 2011 and will bring AMRG’s fleet of AS350 B3e helicopters to seven.

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Air Medical Resource Group is the parent company of Eagle Air Med Corporation, Hawaii Life Flight Corporation, Gallup Med Flight and Guardian Flight, Inc. The helicopters will help to expand market coverage in their primary operating areas.

“This order further emphasizes the proven, multi-mission appeal of the AS350 family of helicopters,” said Treg Manning, American Eurocopter Vice President of Sales. “The AS350 B3e will provide the reliability and power for AMRG to broaden its service area and capabilities, and the capacity for it to expand the care offered to customers and patients.”

The AS350 B3e is the evolution of the AStar family that was introduced during Heli-Expo. It features a more powerful Turbomeca Arriel 2D turboshaft engine, along with a new-generation digital FADEC (Full Authority Digital Engine Control) and an engine data recorder for condition monitoring. Air Medical Resource Group specializes in fixed wing air medical transportation services throughout the states of Utah, Arizona, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Alaska and Hawaii.  The company operates under its own Part 135 Certificate and its headquarters are located in South Jordan, Utah.

FMI: www.eurocopter.com

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