The fuel cost is the most important factor in determining the cost of air ambulance service. The longer the flight, the more air ambulance service can cost.
However, with air ambulances travelling in all directions, the location of airplanes is also a big factor in determining the cost.
Air ambulance services that keep their airplanes in one location almost always have to charge the round trip cost of transporting a patient because the plane has to return to base.
With operating locations all over the United States for air ambulances that are constantly "on the road", we can arrange to charter on your behalf an airambulance for less expensive than the round trip cost. The planes often do not have to return to base and thus save patients money on the cost of the flight.
Also, if we have chartered a flight carrying a patient travelling in the other direction of where another patient needs to go, we can save both parties on the fuel cost. This is also a factor in determining the air ambulance cost.
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