Airborne Air Ambulance is professionally staffed to plan and carry out every detail of safe and comfortable air ambulance flights. We handle all details for a smooth transition for the patient to and from the aircraft by ground transportation, accompanied bedside-to-bedside by our flight crew. We operate FAA-Certified air ambulance aircraft and our equipment meets or exceeds ICU standards for emergency response and life support.
Our fixed wing aircraft are used for inter-facility transfers when the patient needs urgent care that is not available at the sending facility. Air medical transports allow the patient to get to a higher level of care, faster. Additional space in the aircraft allows a family member to fly with the patient.
We have extensive experience working in hospitals and understand what case managers need to know to get patients transported quickly, whether it is to and from rehabilitation centers, private residences hospitals or special care facilities. We coordinate and track every step of your medical transport, including hospital and faculty arrangements, ground ambulance service and other medical equipment.
Airborne Air Ambulance, a dba of Airborne Flying Service, Inc. (AFS), operates out of Garland County, Arkansas.
We have been fully qualified to perform Fixed Wing Air Ambulance missions by the Arkansas Department of Health since October 8, 1997.
We provide air charter services from Hot Springs and support several Fixed Wing Air Ambulance providers licensed in Arkansas.
Our medical operations, Arkansas Air Ambulance, are in Pulaski county.
Since 2016, Arkansas Air Ambulance EMS has an aircraft based in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Airborne Air Ambulance has a 100-percent record for safety and patient satisfaction. We are the first choice by repeat clients. Airborne Air Ambulance’s safety record exceeds a million air miles — every one without an accident. Our FAA-certified pilots and aircraft have safely delivered thousands of patients to their medical flight destinations.
Airborne Air Ambulance maintains its unblemished record with rigorous equipment maintenance, personnel certification and advanced training. Every flight is meticulously reviewed from both a medical and an aviation safety standpoint. The medical decisions include specific evaluations regarding basic, advanced or critical life support equipment and services.