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CalvinAir Helicopters Performs its First Medevac for 2024; Airlifts Barbudan Stroke Victim to SLBMC

CalvinAir Helicopters Brings Urlings Fisherman Home for Rehabilitation and Recovery

CalvinAir Helicopters medevacs another “Round South” resident suffering from the “bends”

CAF and CalvinAir Helicopters Evacuates Old Road Fisherman Suffering from “the Bends” to Guadeloupe

Bringing Christmas cheer to the differently abled

Search For Missing Teen Shamar Harrigan Takes To Air

Antigua and Barbuda signs Air Service Agreement with France

From gliding through mangrove forests to feasting on grilled lobster, the island of Barbuda offers the ultimate Caribbean escape

Stab wound victim medically evacuated to Antigua for treatment

Barbudan Medevac Patient Recovering Well From Emergency Surgery at SLBMSJMC

Team Antigua Pairs gets welcomed visit – by air

By Kadeem Joseph for the Antigua Observer

From one thousand feet in the air, Team Antigua Pairs seem like mere specs in a vast sea as they continue to complete their final leg across the sea, destined to make landfall into Nelson’s Dockyard this afternoon. A helicopter flyover – made possible through CalvinAir Helicopters – facilitated the reunion, and while still a distance apart, it was an emotional reconnection – one that Observer was present to witness.

CalvinAir Helicopters assisting with monitoring St. Vincent volcano

Antigua News Room

The Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) Coordinating Unit, has selected CalvinAir Helicopters (CAH) as the top helicopter operator in the Caribbean to carry out the work of assisting scientists with monitoring the La Soufriere volcanic activity in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

Helicopter poised to assist search and rescue missions

The Big Stories – Antigua Observer

When disaster strikes at sea, every second counts in bringing those on board to safety. Locating boat passengers quickly – especially in choppy seas – can mean the difference between life and death. Fisher folk, sailors and cruisers alike will be better protected on the water thanks to the launch of a new helicopter service.

CalvinAir Helicopters has pledged to lend a hand to the Antigua and Barbuda Search and Rescue (ABSAR) in the event of an emergency.

Calvin Ayre’s helicopter steps in for medical emergency

The Big Stories – Antigua Observer

A 42-year-old Barbudan man was airlifted to Mount St John’s Medical Centre on Wednesday by CalvinAir Helicopters after suddenly falling ill at work.

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