Critical life-saving flights ­provided by AeroMedevac ­Ireland (AMI) are now being supported by fuel, ground handling and trip services provided by Universal Weather and Aviation (stand 7080).

AMI is the first locally-based Irish air ambulance service and provides aeromedical repatriation for people who become ill and injured while travelling overseas, as well as transfer services for patients in Irish hospitals who need to travel abroad for specialist care.

"Every second counts in our life-saving missions, so we needed a provider that could ensure that our aviation services needs were taken care of quickly with the highest degree of competence," says AMI chief executive Keith Trower.

Source: Flight Daily News