Metro seeks STC for Stryker configurations in EC145
November 5, 2019
Metro recently began the Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) process for the Stryker Performance Pro in the EC145.
Metro initiated the process after the ground ambulance standard was changed requiring a more robust restraint system. Its customers and other air medical programs expressed the need for an air ambulance solution that was compatible with the new Stryker Powered ground ambulance system. In response, Metro’s STC will include the non-powered Stryker Performance Pro for both adult and neonatal applications.
Metro expects to receive the STC in early 2020. To learn more, visit metroaviation.com and or stop by Metro’s booth (#133) at the Air Medical Transport Conference.
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