Quick Air Jet Charter has received the “Full Accreditation Special Care” by the European Aeromedical Institute. The Institute offers a voluntary accreditation service for fixed and rotary-wing air ambulance providers, which serves as a mark of quality. EURAMI is a non-profit association of air medical professionals and operators from 27 countries in and outside Europe aiming to promote air rescue and to develop and harmonize quality standards and to improve patient care and safety in air medical transports.
Quick Air operates currently a fleet of 11 dedicated air ambulance aircraft based in Cologne, Germany (CGN/EDDK). The whole fleet is owned and operated by Quick Air under the German Air Operator Certificate AOC D-061. All aircraft are rigged with state-of-the-art medical equipment to ensure outstanding patient care. They can be considered as flying intensive care units ready to take off on short notice, round the clock, for medical evacuation or repatriation worldwide.
The aircraft range dependents on the prevailing winds and the load of the aircraft. With one or if necessary more fuel stops as well as additional crew changes we can reach almost every destination on earth. Quick Air is licenced to fly WORLDWIDE by the German federal aviation administration. Our global aviation insurance covers crisis as well as war zones. Necessary governmental overfly and landing permits can be obtained on short notice.