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First New South Wales ambulance PC-24 in service

The New South Wales Ambulance Fixed Wing Aeromedical Operations brings its first PC-24 into service, demonstrating how this aircraft continues to live up to its namesake as the world’s only Super Versatile Jet.

In 2021, Australia’s New South Wales Ambulance decided to purchase two state-ofthe- art PC-24s to further increase the organization’s operational capabilities.

The operator will use the PC-24 to provide aeromedical services to the people of New South Wales, covering an area of approximately 800,000 square kilometers.

It is anticipated that the Super Versatile Jet will conduct around 800 flights, transferring approximately 6,500 patients, during its first year of service.

Sebastian Lip, Pilatus Australia’s CEO said: “The PC-24 is no stranger to the aeromedical space, it’s a highly sought after platform for many of the top aeromedical organizations around the world.

“Like the aircraft, the aeromedical configuration has proven itself in some of the harshest operating conditions anywhere.

“We’re extremely proud that the New South Wales Ambulance has chosen our aircraft to save lives and serve their community.”

Dr Dominic Morgan, NSW Ambulance Commissioner said: “The PC-24 increases the capability of our aeromedical operations and is ideal for the long distances we have to cover in Australia, it will be a great asset to our clinical staff and patients”.

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