At Beechcraft craftsmanship, dependability and the health and safety of passengers and crew is always top priority. That’s why Beechcraft considers MedAire’s medical services so vital that they include them on every aircraft they sell. Beechcraft customers have access to 24/7 assistance from MedAire's MedLink Global Response Center along with crew member medical training, and aviation-specific medical equipment.
As one of the world's major aerospace firms, Boeing offers a complete medical preparedness solution for all new Boeing Business Jet owners. These safety features include MedAire's MedLink Global Response Center medical coverage for passengers and crew, an aviation-specific first aid kit, crew member medical training and an automated external defibrillator (AED).
Bombardier’s entire fleet of business aircraft, including the Global Express, Learjet, Challenger 605 and 300, receive exceptional products from MedAire. This program includes an aviation-specific aircraft first aid kit, crew medical training and medical support through the MedLink Global Response Center for crew and passengers when traveling.
All Cessna Citations receive a MedAire aviation-specific aircraft first aid kit before delivery of the aircraft to the new owners.
All Dassault Falcon aircraft are equipped with MedAire aviation-specific aircraft first aid kit before they leave the factory.
Embraer includes MedAire's services as standard equipment onboard its Legacy aircraft. Each new aircraft owner receives 24/7 membership with access to MedAire's MedLink Global Response Center, crew member medical training and an aviation-specific first aid kit.
Gulfstream Aerospace was the first aircraft manufacturer to include MedAire's services as standard equipment onboard its new and pre-owned aircraft. As this business practice continues, all of Gulfstream's new aircraft are provided with a MedAire Membership subscription that can be valid for up to five years of coverage, an aviation-specific first aid kit and crew medical training. As an innovator in the industry, Gulfstream was one of the first to include defibrillators on its own corporate and demonstrator aircraft and now includes them on every large-cabin aircraft.