FAI is one of the world market leaders in patient transport by ambulance jet.
FAI also is active in the fields of VIP-charter, aircraft management and aircraft maintenance, operating Germany´s largest Learjet-Bombardier fleet and is also operating one of Europe´s largest fleet of Business Jets (25 aircraft).
The current fleet exists of 6 Global Express, one Challenger 850, 5 Challenger 604/605, 12 Learjet 60, one Premier 1A and one King Air 350.
FAI´s in house MRO, FAI Technik is EASA Part 145 certified for line and base maintenance for all Learjet and Bombardier aircraft.
FAI´s MRO-license is approved by the Cayman Islands and Bermudas as well as FAA and Nigeria. FAI is operating a branch office in Dubai, UAE.
FAI is your flexible, reliable and highly efficient partner when it comes to Air Ambulance flights worldwide. No matter where the patient is hospitalized, FAI Air Ambulance will airlift him from there to any destination chosen by the patient.
We operate in all regions of the world and if required fly in and out of airports which are usually not served by others. Headquartered at Albrecht Duerer International Airport in Nuremberg, Germany.
FAI Aviation Group is a European pioneer in global high-end aircraft services providing unparalleled experience in VVIP charter, air ambulance and maintenance. The FAI fleet consists of six Bombardier Global Express, five Challenger 604, one 850, 12 Learjet 60, 1 Premier 1A and 1 King Air 350.
The fleet includes two aircraft providing Special Mission Services for the United Nations – the world´s largest NGO. In addition to the UN, FAI has also approved service provider of ICRC (Intl. Committee of the Red Cross), WFP (World Food Program) and other global acting Health and Relief Organizations.
FAI offers a worldwide, unrestricted air ambulance service. The Air Ambulance fleet frequently is operating in hostile areas s. a. Afghanistan and Iraq. No matter where the patient is hospitalized , FAI will airlift him from there to any destination chosen by the patient. FAI´s large fleet is the guarantee for a minimum activation time. The Air Ambulance Aircraft are strategically based in the heart of Europe and are operated and maintained by the company’s in house MRO “FAI Maintenance ”.
The Air Ambulance division of German Special Mission Operator FAI rent-a-jet AG has been named as one of three finalists in the 2019 International Travel & Health Insurance Journal’s (ITIJ) industry awards – Air Ambulance Company of the Year category.
This is the 17th annual ITIJ Awards and marks the third nomination for FAI. The winner will be announced at a prestigious black-tie Global Finale Dinner which takes place on October 31st at The Intercontinental hotel in Malta during the International Travel & Health Insurance Global Conference.
Commenting on the nomination, Volker Lemke who heads up FAI´s Air Ambulance Division, said: “We are naturally very pleased that our work has been recognised. This nomination is further confirmation of our continued commitment to our clients, outstanding service and medical excellence. Regardless of the outcome, I would like to congratulate our team of talented staff who put in a tremendous effort every day for the benefit of the patients who fly with us and our global client base who support us. I am extremely grateful to them and proud of the entire team.”
FAI Technik GmbH, the expanding German MRO supplier and member of the FAI Aviation Group, has completed two FANS installations on two Bombardier Challenger 604s (D-AFAA and D-AFAG) during October/November. It has also just commenced a further installation, scheduled for completion by mid-December 2019.
Simultaneously, FAI Technik GmbH has received an EASA-STC for a Garmin ADS-B solution for a Bombardier Learjet 60, designed by FAI Engineering in collaboration with FAI’s Part 21-Design Partner S4A, located in Madrid, Spain. With three Learjet 60 ADS-B modifications already completed, FAI Technik is now seeking to modify another three Learjet 60 models before year end. This will mean that FAI’s entire Air Ambulance fleet, comprising six Learjet 60s, plus four Challenger 604s, will be ready for unrestricted Transatlantic flying by the end of this year.
Its six other European based Learjet 60s are scheduled for ADS-B modification in the first and second quarters of 2020, respectively, in time for the EASA mandate by June 2020.