To ensure the highest standards of safety as air medical operator in the Caribbean-French Guiana.
CME opted for a fleet of new Pilatus PC-12 NG, the leader aircraft for ambulance flights.
The only business aircraft with a cargo door
The Pilatus unique cargo door, in addition to a main passenger entry door, facilitates the safe loading and unloading of patients.
Air Medical Special Pressure
With its Max Delta Pressure Cabin system, the plane will hold a sea-level cabin pressure throughout the flight for at-risk patients.
Great roomy versatile cabin
The spacious and entirely modular cabin can accommodate one patient in a flat position plus four medical personnel.
Low operating costs
The Pilatus high performance significantly reduces flying time and fuel consumption.
Short runways capacities
As the PC-12 NG can use short, grass or unpaved runways, CARIBMEDEVAC is able to respond to emergencies on small islands like La Desirade, Les Saintes or Marie-Galante (twice as fast as the helicopter).
CME covers the Greater Antilles all the way to the United States or Brazil.
In the air ambulance, comfort is no luxury, quite the contrary.
Beyond its aircraft performance, the Pilatus PC-12 NG was designed to provided as much comfort as possible to its passengers:
- Reduced cabin noise in flight
- No vibration
- Last generation special air medical pressure
- The PC-12 can fly around and above any weather disturbance.
Caribmedevac’s priority is to guarantee ultimate care to the transported patients by paying every attention when boarding and ensuring a smooth and quiet trip. Emergency situations are always stressful. CME is the choice of serenity: from the first dispatcher call to the comfort of the flight, and then to the soft landing at destination.