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Video on the Rega base in Basel

Rega’s Basel helicopter base is located on the ground at the EuroAirport near Basel. In the base portrait, base manager Jean-Jacques Erne talks about the daily life of the crew and the missions of «Rega 2».

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Well prepared to the mountains

Whether for a hiking trail or a via ferrata – being out and about in Alpine terrain demands a high degree of self-responsibility and a keen awareness of potential dangers. We show you how prudent planning can help prevent accidents from happening in the mountains.

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Have you moved and want to inform us of your change of address? Have you had an addition to your family? Or would you like to switch your patronage from Individual to Couple? You can use our online forms to submit your request easily and at any time.

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The AgustaWestland Da Vinci rescue helicopter

The Da Vinci helicopter at the mountain Rega bases has been performing invaluable services. In our video, base manager and Rega pilot Giorgio Faustinelli explains why this rescue helicopter is particularly well suited to mountainous regions, what the cable cutter is for, and why there are several antennae mounted on the tail boom.

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