(Toronto, March 1, 2019) — Fox Flight Air Ambulance, a Canadian-owned company specializing in international medical repatriation, was recently reaccredited by the European Aeromedical Institute (EURAMI). The accreditation renewal followed an exhaustive audit and review process and applies to Fox Flight’s long-range, international fixed-wing operations in the Adult Critical Care category and the company’s Commercial Escort services. This is Fox Flight’s third EURAMI reaccreditation; the company first achieved accreditation in 2009.
(Toronto, January 1, 2019) — Fox Flight Air Ambulance, a Toronto-based international medical repatriation company, successfully moved a very delicate patient last July when it transferred premature baby Rafael Nunes from San Francisco, where he was born weighing barely one pound, to his parents’ home in Brazil via Air Canada. And while his life may have got off to a bumpy start, little Rafael has made amazing strides since his transfer.
(Toronto, July 18, 2018) – Fox Flight Air Ambulance, a Toronto-based international medical repatriation company, recently played a central role in ending a terrifying ordeal for an American travelling in Spain. The case involved an exceedingly rare autoimmune disease, and the patient’s plight and struggle to get home garnered widespread media attention in the U.S., including from People magazine.
(Toronto – September 1, 2017) – Fox Flight’s Air Ambulance, a Toronto-based international medical repatriation company, recently made a $25,000 donation to Wounded Warriors Canada. The funds will go to help support mental health programs for ill and injured Canadian Armed Forces members, first responders and their families. This initial donation is the first installment of a funding commitment that will see Fox Flight contribute a total of $100,000 to the charity over the next five years.
(Toronto, August 1, 2017) – Fox Flight Air Ambulance, a Toronto-based international medical repatriation company, recently partnered with Johannesburg, South Africa-based Awesome Air Evac to complete an epic 9,680-mile wing-to-wing patient transfer. The mission, which originated in Johannesburg, saw the two air ambulance operators combine to complete a journey made up of eight individual flight legs touching down in six different countries before terminating some 22 hours later in Kansas City, Missouri, USA. The incredible logistical challenges of the transfer were compounded by the fact the patient was categorized as high-risk, requiring oxygen ventilation throughout.