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Rega publishes its Annual Report 2022

Today Rega has published its latest Annual Report. In it, Rega not only looks back at its operational activities during the past year, but also informs about innovative projects as well as the steps it is taking to further improve air rescue in Switzerland.

In the Annual Report 2022, you can find, among other things, articles on the following themes:

  • More than 50 specialists at the in-house maintenance facility located at the Rega Centre at Zurich Airport ensure that the 20 rescue helicopters and three ambulance jets are ready for action around the clock, 365 days a year.
  • In the strictly regulated fields of aviation and medicine, the training requirements for mission crews are high. Instructors from within Rega’s own ranks ensure that every crew member receives the best possible basic and ongoing training.
  • Thanks to Rega’s own development, its crews have been able to transport highly contagious patients efficiently and safely already since 2015. Drawing on the experience gained from hundreds of missions during the coronavirus pandemic, Rega has now further developed its tried-and-tested patient isolation unit (PIU).

You can find the latest Rega Annual Report here:

Additional information

Rega Media Service:

Please note that the following contact details are for journalists only.

Rega Center
PO Box 1414
8058 Zurich Airport

T: +41 (0)44 654 37 37 (24/7) (office hours)