LifeFlight owns and operates a fleet of 15 aircraft.

  • Learjets

    The Lear 45 can fly between 1500 and 1600 nautical miles in one leg, depending on conditions. Our Lear 45XR can fly further, up to 1800 nautical miles. Each year our Air Ambulances fly 1,500 hours,...

  • AgustaWestland AW139

    It’s the first time in the service’s history that new rather than repurposed aircraft have been purchased, made possible by government funding and ongoing community support. The AW139 is the...

  • Bell Helicopters

    Bell 412 LifeFlight’s Bell 412 helicopters have been custom-configured to carry up to four crew and two patients with the capability of taking additional non-critical patients on seats. The Bell 412...

  • BK 117

    The BK117 has a twin-engine and has been a popular choice as an EMS helicopter around the world because of its rear opening clam shell doors. This makes loading and unloading patients easy with the use of...

  • AS350 “Squirrel”

    The Squirrel is primarily designed to take one pilot and six passengers, or two pilots and four passengers. LifeFlight’s configuration of this aircraft seats three crew and one patient. In previous...