Air Ambulance 1
Brasília city center was designed by the Brazilian architects Lúcio Costa, Oscar Niemeyer, and Joaquim Cardozo in the shape of an airplane or a butterfly. The city was designed to have different sections base on activities such as the banking sector, hotel sector, government, and embassy sector. The city is home to the executive, legislative, and judiciary branches of the Brazilian federal government.
The city is a cosmopolitan city with a wide range of restaurants, hotels, and other public and cultural events and facilities to cater to the large government and foreign population. One of the most traditional cinema festivals in Brazil, the “Brasília Festival of Brazilian Cinema” is hosted early since 1965. Brasília is the third most populated in Brazil.
Air Ambulance 1 provides the following services:
Being the capital city of Brazil with a large population and a popular tourist destination, an air ambulance is an important part of the city’s medical services. Our professional coordination team can assist you 24/7.
We have a large range of aircraft. From light-jets such as Learjet 35, Learjet 55, and Learjet 60 with a flight range of more than 4,000 Km. To our heavy-jets such as Gulfstream V and Gulfstream IV with a range of more than 7000 km.
The Base Hospital of the Federal District is a hospital in Brasília, and is part of the Unified Health System. It is the second largest hospital in numbers of hospital beds in the Center-West Region, Brazil.
The Daher Lake South Hospital is a privately owned brazilian hospital, located in the administrative region of Lago Sul, in the Federal District. It was founded by Dr. José Carlos Daher, plastic surgeon, in 1978.
The Brasília Hospital offers a complete structure for the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of various pathologies. It has several types of exams, qualified clinical staff and referenced by the best institutions.
Brasília–Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek International Airport is the only international airport serving Brasília. The airport was named after Juscelino Kubitschek, the 21st President of Brazil.
Santa Genoveva/Goiânia Airport is the airport serving Goiânia, Brazil. It is operated by Infraero.
Campo de Marte Airport is the first airport built in São Paulo, Brazil, opened in 1919. It is named after Champ de Mars, in Paris, which in turn got its name from Campus Martius, in Rome. It is operated by Infraero.
Among the many facilities this city may offer, we have served places like, Hospital Brasília, Rede Ímpar Hospital Maternidade Brasília, Hospital da Criança de Brasília José Alencar, University Hospital of Brasília, Hospital Materno Infantil de Brasília, Hospital Urológico de Brasília, Hospital Daher Lago Sul, Prédio administrativo Anexo Hospital Brasília, Hospital de Apoio de Brasília, Sírio-Libanês Brasília, Hospital Regional da Asa Norte, PlastiKa Brasília, Hospital de Base do Distrito Federal, Hospital Naval de Brasilia and more.
Air Ambulance 1 also service provide services in the surrounding area airports such as GYN – Goiânia Airport, SSA – Salvador-Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães International Airport, GRU – Sao Paulo International Airport, SAO – São Paulo Campo de Marte Airport, BSB – International Airport of Brasilia, CGH – Congonhas-São Paulo Airport, SDU – Rio de Janeiro Airport RJ Santos Dumont, CWB – Afonso Pena International Airport, CNF – Tancredo Neves International Airport, IMP – Imperatriz Airport – Mayor Renato Moreira, FOR – Pinto Martins – Fortaleza International Airport, MAO – Manau International Airport AM Eduardo Gomes, MCP – Macapa International Airport – Alberto Alcolumbre, VCP – Viracopos International Airport, REC – Recife International Airport and more
We Guarantee that when choosing Air Ambulance 1, your loved ones shall be treated with professional and compassionate care. We consider every patient as family, we strive to perfection and continuously monitoring our operations. When choosing A provider, Remember that Air Ambulance 1’s management team has over 200,000 successful patient transfers in the past 15 years.