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MD 900 Explorer

European Air Ambulance
Class Helicopter
Max. passengers 5
Year of production 2000 lock icon PRO
Serial number 900-00071
Homebase ELLX (LUX), Luxembourg
Wireless internet
Medical ramp
Adult critical care
AT European Air Ambulance, we are always looking for ways to enhance the services we offer – so we are very proud to announce the introduction of a new, bigger aircraft to our fleet.
Our first long-range option, the Challenger 605 will give us greater operational capabilities, in line with our mission to provide safe, quick and cost-effective medical repatriation 24/7/365 worldwide.
As our valued clients and trusted partners know, EAA - a brand of Luxembourg Air Ambulance - is an expert in international air ambulance repatriation, with more than three decades of experience in aeromedical transport.
We are renowned for the standard of our service and the quality of our care – but we never rest on our successes; we’re always looking to the future and assessing what more we can do to provide the best and most cost-effective services to customers and patients.
Through these difficult and uncertain times, when the whole world has been so enormously affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, we’ve adapted our methods to keep providing the best service we can – and we want to be ready for whatever the future brings, with enhanced and more flexible options for our clients.
So last summer, we made the major decision to invest in a larger aircraft – a Bombardier Challenger 605 for dedicated air ambulance use – to give us the capacity to operate longer-range missions and carry more patients.
The aircraft is based at our state-of-the-art headquarters at Luxembourg Airport, where our Mission Control Centre team schedules worldwide repatriations.
Longer range – most missions without fuel stops, saving time and expense on refueling breaks/overnight layovers. Non-stop long-range missions, allowing direct flights to destinations in sub-Saharan Africa, Central Asia, the Middle East and eastern Canada.


More accompanying passengers – up to four.
Onboard satellite telecommunication system and high-speed broadband internet.
More space for ECMO missions, and bariatric patients requiring specialist stretcher system.


More equipment – room for additional specialised medical equipment including Covid isolation units; Spectrum stretcher loading system; up to 21,000 litres of oxygen; adult and baby intensive care patient transport equipment.