Air Trek Air Ambulance is one of the nation's oldest air ambulance services. A family owned and operated air medical program, we have been providing aeromedical transportation service since 1978.
Air Trek is dedicated to providing top quality medical transportation service to our patients. We work with registered nurses, paramedics, surgeons, physicians, doctors, respiratory therapists and other medical professionals worldwide to ensure quality medflight service.
Air ambulance teams are specially trained in flight physiology. This means they are uniquely qualified to handle special situations that arise at altitude.
Whether Air Trek Air Ambulance provides medical air transportation on our own aircraft, repatriation, medevac or scheduled commercial airline medical escort service, you can be assured that our response will be the same: top quality professional care.
Air Trek has FAA Air Carrier Certificate (Part 135) allowing us to operate within the entire Western Hemisphere, including Cuba. Our routine response areas include United States (USA) Canada Mexico the Caribbean North, Central and South America. Worldwide service is provided through strategic partnerships with air carriers throughout the world.
Our entire fleet of air ambulance aircraft Westwind and Citation jets and Cessna pressurized twin-engine propeller aircraft is fully licensed by the state of Florida inspected, insured and equipped with the most up-to-date medical equipment. All aircraft provide Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS). The fleet has the range and flexibility to provide everything from emergency international medical evacuation to a trip home for a critical care patient to see family.
Air Trek Air Ambulance will also coordinate the ground transportation before and after the air ambulance portion of the transport, providing bedside to bedside service.
Air Trek's mission is to provide our patients with high quality, cost effective, domestic and international, aeromedical transportation aboard advanced life support equipped jet and pressurized twin engine aircraft.
Air Trek's goal is to maintain the position as the standard by which all other aeromedical transport organizations are measured!