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N113AE

N113E - Air Evac LifeTeam 30 is based in Vilonia and started operations in February, 2003. LifeTeam 30 serves a 70 mile radius with a crew of pilot, nurse and medic. Thanks to David Ellis, Flight Medic. Added 09/19/2003.


N48AE

N48AE - Air Evac LifeTeam 12 is based in Yellville and started operations in May, 2000. Yellville is the smallest U.S. town with a 24 hour operating medical helicopter. LifeTeam 12 serves a 70 mile radius with a crew of pilot, nurse and medic. Thanks to David Ellis, Paramedic Education Coordinator. Added 01/19/2002.


N29AE

N29AE - Air Evac LifeTeam 4 is based in Springdale and started operations in May, 1991. LifeTeam 4 serves a 70 mile radius with a crew of pilot, nurse and medic. Thanks to David Ellis, Paramedic Education Coordinator. Added 12/23/2001.


N103AE

N103AE - Air Evac LifeTeam 22 is based in Paris and started operations in October, 2001. LifeTeam 22 serves a 70 mile radius with a crew of pilot, nurse and medic. Thanks to David Ellis, Paramedic Education Coordinator. Added 07/16/2002.


N105AE

N105AE - Air Evac LifeTeam 2 is based in Jonesboro and started operations in February, 1998. LifeTeam 2 serves a 70 mile radius with a crew of pilot, nurse and medic. Thanks to David Ellis, Paramedic Education Coordinator. Added 11/15/2002.




N760AF

N760AF / N761AF - Angel One based at Arkansas Children's Hospital in Little Rock. These two new 2002 Sikorsky S76C+ helicopters entered service in late 2002. Angel One started operations in 1986 and flies over 1,000 missions each year. These IFR helicopters can fly at a speed of 178mph. Arkansas Children's Hospital operates its own part 135. Thanks to Wesley Ware. Added 12/14/2002.


N761AF

N761AF - Angel One based at Arkansas Children's Hospital. This 2002 Sikorsky S76C+ is shown here at Keystone Helicopters in Pennsylvania prior to delivery to Arkansas Children's Hospital. Thanks to Mike Wargo. Added 10/12/2002.




N350BH

N350BH - Baptist Health MedFlight is based on the roof of Baptist Medical Center in Little Rock. Thanks to Jeff Claybrook. Added 07/29/2001.

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