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…The Rega Magazine Issue 97, 11.2021
Encounters Working closely together Thanks to the professional collaboration between the Rega crew, police and ambulance service, a seriously injured little girl can be swiftly helped. 8 Horizons Helping twice over Two Rega patrons are flown back home from the south of France at the same time on board an…
…There for everyone.
Rega in brief
Locations Page 12
How we help in Switzerland Page 16
Fleet Page 6
Rega app Page 24
Helicopters Page 8
Become a patron Page 20
Assistance by air Page 4
How we help abroad Page 18
Jets Page 10
Patronage Page 22
Operations Centre Page 14
Publisher Swiss Air-Rescue Rega, PO Box 1414, 8058 Zurich Airport…
… himself towards the rock by means of a telescopic pole.
In order to be able to gently load patients lying on a stretcher trolley into and out of the air-ambulances, Rega has constructed a three-piece ramp made from synthetic fibres, which is permanently installed in the jets.
The rescue hoist
The rescue hoist is used when the helicopter is…
… instrument flight rules (IFR) independently of fixed installations on the ground. The Swiss Air Force and Skyguide air navigation service have been working together with Rega for a number of years to develop a countrywide network of instrument flight routes known as the Low Flight Network (LFN) and to implement the corresponding approach flight…
…The Rega Magazine Issue 96, 05.2021
Encounters Stuck in the rock face Absolute precision and good teamwork are called for during this night mission by the Berne crew to rescue five mountain climbers. 8 Horizons To the other end of the world After a serious accident on a pedestrian crossing, Rega flies Aaron Marty in the ambulance jet back home from…