Repatriation Mission of a Paediatric Patient from Bed to Bed

We are very glad to inform about the successful repatriation mission of a paediatric patient from bed to bed. This was a mission that required meticulous planning, coordination, and execution to ensure the safe and timely transfer of the patient.

The mission involved a young patient who required specialized paediatric care. 

To ensure a successful transfer, from Barcelona to Abu Dhabi, a team of medical professionals and support staff of Aeromedical and Marine TRI, was assembled to manage the mission. 

The team worked closely to coordinate the transfer and ensure that all necessary medical equipment and supplies were available at the destination, always advised and in constant communication by us Medical Director and our Chief Flight Nurse.

The transfer was carried out with precision and efficiency, and the patient was safely transferred. 

Throughout the transfer, the patient was monitored closely to ensure their safety and comfort.

The successful repatriation mission is a statement to the dedication, professionalism, and teamwork of the Aeromedical and Marine TRI professionals and support staff involved.

Thank you all for this successful mission. 


Dr. Fortea attended ‘Music for Ukraine in Barcelona’

Dr. Monica Fortea. CEO of Aeromedical and Marine TRI, attended the Barcelona club The Wild Bunch that hosted the special reception last Tuesday, an initiative organized by the business club itself, with its owner Oriol Bueno at the helm, and the British consulate in Barcelona with the intention to create a movement to attract contributions from pharmaceutical companies and hospital operators to Ukraine.

Dr. Monica had the opportunity to have a quick introduction with the General Consul of Ukraine in Barcelona, ​​Artem Vorobiov, as well as other of his counterparts in the city representing Switzerland, Belgium and Poland, as well as with representatives of the Hospital Clínic de Barcelona and Cooperación Internacional.

Dr. Fortea, representing Aeromedical and Marine TRI, and HUGC, has been able to understand first-hand the immediate needs of Ukraine and to collaborate with the initiative. The event ended with an emotional recital by the Ukrainian pianist Oksana Pavlova, who performed songs by Chopin, Debussy and Ukrainian composers.




Successful Medevac Mission from Gran Canary Islands to Copenhagen

Aeromedical and Marine Training and Rescue International is pleased to have successfully completed the transfer of a patient from Grand Canary Islands to Copenhagen on a commercial airline.

The repatriation has been successfully achieved

Actor on the Spanish soil, our team is as close as possible to your patients when they stay in Spain and need to find their loved ones back in a European country.

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Training skills on critical situations in fixed-wing aeromedical environment

The Aeromedical and Marine team has travelled on January 19 and 20, 2023, to carry out training at the La Seu d’Urgell – Andorra airport, where they have been able to carry out a set of simulations in charge of SimAirlec with the direction of Dr. Christophe Bombert.

Exciting and very interesting non-technical training skills on critical situations in fixed-wing aeromedical environment between Aeromedical and Marine and SimAirlec.

Thanks to Dr. Christophe Bombert, head of training of  SimAirlec and nurse Sophie for the training on high fidelity simulator to medical professionals.

Also, we’re very glad to wear the @stephanh_flightsuits flight suits, which are very comfortable for our medical tasks inside the aircraft.

This training was performed in the @aeroport_andorra of La Seu d’Urgell with PHSaviation airplane and their fantastic pilots that also has participated in the training ✈️



Dakar - Rome

Repatriation Mission / Dakar – Rome