Jet Logistics Delivers King Air B200 For Boston MedFlight


Jet Logistics announces the recent delivery of a state-of-the-art King Air B200 turbine jet air ambulance aircraft to Boston MedFlight, the award-winning Critical Care Transport program for a consortium of 6 leading Boston, Massachusetts-area hospitals.

The project was managed thru Jet Logistics’ Aircraft P.L.U.S. program, which delivers “Purchase/Lease/Upfit/Sale” services to various air medical, government and corporate clients. “As with each of our projects, this had specific client needs unique to Boston MedFlight in developing the operational criteria, budgets and logistics required for the acquisition, maintenance and operation of such an asset,” stated Eric Giangiordano, Jet Logistics’ Director of Business Development. “Because Jet Logistics is a leading fixed-wing air medical operator, our team has first-hand expertise with the acquisition, modification, operation and maintenance of turbine jet aircraft utilized specifically for critical care transport; our customers realize the advantage of that experience as compared to traditional aircraft brokers, operators and MROs.”

Boston MedFlight’s Critical Care Transport Beechcraft King Air B200 features a glass cockpit ProLine 21 avionics suite, twin Pratt & Whitney PT6A-42 turbine jet engines, and various exterior and interior mods performed in-house by Jet Logistics and Jet Logistics Technical Services. The CAMTS-compliant interior includes features such as non-skid flooring, sanitary-friendly interior materials and surfaces, satellite tracking, cabin intercom system to facilitate personnel communication and patient care in-flight, and a Spectrum 2800-series medical stretcher system. In addition to vetting and acquiring the aircraft, Jet Logistics continues to manage BMF’s fixed-wing air medical transport operations.

“This project ideally showcases the unique flexibility, capabilities and performance that our vertically-integrated Air Carrier (14CFR Part 135) and Maintenance Repair Organization (14CFR Part 145) capabilities deliver commercial and hospital-based clients for their fixed-wing transport aircraft and program management needs when needed,” stated W. Ashley Smith, Jr. – founder and President of the Jet Logistics Group. “As with any partnership, the project’s success was dictated largely by the cooperative efforts of both Jet Logistics and Boston MedFlight. We look forward to the aircraft contributing to Boston MedFlight’s life-saving missions for their hospitals, patients and community.”

For more information on this release or Jet Logistics Air Medical services, please contact: Jet Logistics Inc. Eric Giangiordano – Business Development 866.824.9394