The Libyan Air Ambulance Service announced today that it has signed a contract to purchase three Bell helicopters (models Bell 429 and Bell 505) equipped with the latest technologies and medical equipment.
It said this step comes within its framework to improve emergency medical services and cover all areas of Libyan territory.
The Libyan Air Ambulance Service said these aircraft are equipped with the latest medical equipment and technologies which allows it to provide ambulance services and rapid and effective medical transportation for emergency cases in remote areas that are difficult for jet planes to reach.
The new purchases, it reported, will be equipped with the latest technology and medical equipment, and will constitute an important addition to the Air Ambulance Service in Libya.
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