What is an Air Ambulance?

An air ambulance is a custom configured aircraft used to transport both emergent and non-emergent patients from one location to another.

Are there patients REVA is not able to help?

While we have a history of providing care to the vast majority of patients that contact us, there are a few exceptions. We are unable to care for high-risk obstetric patients, or patients with SARS, Avian Flu, active tuberculosis.

May we bring luggage on board?

Due to size and weight limitations on our specialized aircraft, passengers are able to bring only one carry-on sized piece of luggage per person. If you have more than one bag, we will help you make alternative arrangements for your luggage.

What continuing-education requirements are expected of REVA’s medical crew?

We require our medical flight crew to receive CE credits for the following: ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support), BTLS (Basic Trauma Life Support), ATLS (Advanced Trauma Life Support), PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support), Flight-Physiology Medicine/Air-Medical Core Curriculum, Advanced airway training, quarterly Intubation-Skills Lab, Bi-annual Mock-Code Lab.

What destinations can you fly to?

Due to the long-range capabilities of our Learjet 35s, REVA is able to service Europe and the entire Americas – North, Central, and South America, including the Caribbean.

What does an air ambulance transport cost?

We will provide an all-inclusive quote for the air ambulance cost. The price includes our specialized medical team, equipment and medications required, ground ambulance on both ends as well as our ICU (Intensive Care Unit) configured aircraft; a Learjet, Cessna Citation, or turbo prop depending on routing and patient needs.