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Spectrum Aeromed, Fargo Jet Center Celebrate Long-Term Collaboration, Exhibit at EBACE 2023

Spectrum Aeromed and Fargo Jet Center (FJC) continue to strengthen their partnership in providing turnkey air ambulance solutions for customers around the world.

Since 2011, both companies have worked on numerous successful projects, delivering high-quality and innovative air ambulance equipment and fully customized installations on multiple aircraft types.

Spectrum Aeromed and FJC will both present their latest innovations during the 2023 European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE), held May 23-25 in Geneva, Switzerland (Spectrum Aeromed – Booth W65 | Fargo Jet Center – Booth N72).

The close proximity of Spectrum Aeromed and FJC, both headquartered at Hector International Airport (Fargo, ND, USA), presents a significant advantage in efficiency and collaboration between the teams resulting in a streamlined workflow and timely project completion all for the customer’s benefit.

Additionally, having both companies located at the same airport promotes a strong business relationship, which can lead to new opportunities for innovation.

“For more than a decade, Spectrum Aeromed has been working with FJC to design, manufacture, and install state-of-the-art air ambulance equipment on a variety of jet and turboprop aircraft,” said Chase McCown, President of Spectrum Aeromed.

“We share a great story of long-term collaboration and look forward to sharing many more successes in current and upcoming air medical projects.”

“As our special mission modification capabilities have expanded throughout the years, our need for more space has become evident,” says Mike Clancy, FJC’s VP of Technical Services.

“Our new maintenance facility is designed to support our growing special mission modification services and is scheduled to be completed later this year.

“We are excited for the opportunities this 112,000 sq. ft. facility will bring both FJC and Spectrum Aeromed, including the capability to service large aircraft up to the newest Bombardier Global 8000 and Gulfstream G800.”