Airmedic debuts EC145e at APSCON

July 15, 2019

Outfitted by a world-renowned completion team, an Airbus EC145e, belonging to Quebec-based Airmedic, will publicly debut on July 17, 2019, during the Airborne Public Safety Conference (APSCON) at the Metro Aviation booth (#1009).

Known for its cost competitiveness and, more recently, it’s Single/Dual Pilot Instrument Flight Rules capability, the EC145e reimagined aircraft safety when it launched in 2015. Its reputation influenced Airmedic’s decision to purchase three from Metro in October 2018.


The Airmedic helicopter boasts an eye-catching paint job and signature EMS interior.

APSCON attendees can get acquainted with the aircraft, as well as the Metro companies (Outerlink Global SolutionsGuardian Mobility, PAC International and the Helicopter Flight Training Center) in Omaha, July 17-19. Metro will also host a Happy Hour on Thursday, July 18 from 1-4pm – all attendees are welcome. Click here to RSVP and win Metro swag.

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