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Avoid Christmas accidents!

December 11, 2012

During Christmas, most homes are packed with family and friends and, in the excitement, accidents await around every corner. Each year, hospital staff treats people for injuries such as falls, cuts and shocks. Almost all accidents are related to the holiday lighting, decorations and Christmas trees.


A couple of safety checks & tips to avoid accidents and make your Christmas a pleasant one;

–        Check if outdoor lighting is actually certified for outdoor use

–        Check if the lighting was tested by a recognized testing laboratory and meets safety standards

–        Check each set of lights on damaged sockets and wiring

–        Replace burned-out bulbs with bulbs of the same wattage

–        Turn off all holiday lighting when going to sleep

–        Check box or label if the artificial Christmas tree is fire-resistant

–        Never use lit candles in a tree or near other evergreens

–        Avoid decoration that is sharp or breakable, especially when children with children around

–        Only use flame retardant decorations to trim a tree

–        Do not place the tree near a fireplace or radiator

–        Check if the plants you buy are toxic. Mistletoe for instance is toxic. If you buy toxic plants do make sure children can´t reach them.

–        Do not over-reach yourself when standing on a ladder


Be safe and stay safe! Do take our tips into account, it can´t hurt to be prepared. Our Jet Rescue crew wishes you a merry Christmas!


About us..

Jet Rescue Air Ambulance specializes in long-range air ambulance transports and is considered to be one of the most experienced air ambulance companies in the world.

Thanks to the excellent quality of our services we have been chosen as an official provider for major insurance and assistance companies around the world.


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Happy Thanksgiving!

November 23, 2012

Thanksgiving Day is a national holiday celebrated primarily in the United States and Canada. Thanksgiving is celebrated each year on the fourth Thursday of November in the United States and on the second Monday of October in Canada. Because of the longstanding traditions of the holiday, the celebration often extends to the weekend that falls closest to the day it is celebrated. Now where did Thanksgiving come from? Why do we celebrate it? Let us explain.

In the mid 1600´s, a large number of people sailed across the Atlantic Ocean to land and settle in a place called Plymouth (America). The first winter they had to survive was extremely cold and the crops they had planted failed in the new climate and unfamiliar soil. As a result of this winter more than half of the people died due to the lack of food.

The few people who survived were saved as Native Americans taught them how to grow corn and other crops, all of which were new food for the settlers. In the next autumn, bountiful crops of corn, barley, beans and pumpkins were harvested. The settlers had much to be thankful for, so a feast was organized. A feast not only for showing gratitude for a good harvest but also to thank the Native Americans for teaching them how to grow and cook these new types of food. This feast is now known as Thanksgiving.

Thanksgiving has now has turned into a day to feast with loved ones and to give thanks for the many blessings we have received. As many people share this time with family and friends, thanksgiving is amongst the busiest long-distance travel periods of the year. During the 6-day Thanksgiving travel period, the number of long-distance trips increases by a staggering 54 percent!

At Jet Rescue we give you the following travel tips to avoid a “turbulent” trip;

–        Avoid heavy travel days (weekends)

–        Build in extra time to reduce stress

–        Book plane tickets well in advance

We hope your trip will be as a smooth as can be and you will arrive safe at your friends of family´s houses. In the event of you needing to reach us, we are only a phone call away. Our  flight coordination team is available24/7, 365 days a year. Jet Rescue wishes you and your loved ones a safe and happy Thanksgiving. Enjoy!

Jet Rescue Crew

24 hours USA/CANADA

Jet Rescue supports World Aids Day!

November 22, 2012

World Aids DayAt Jet Rescue we would like to ask your attention for the upcoming “World AIDS Day”, observed on the 1st of December.  Every year the 1st of December is dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infection. It has become one of the most recognized international health days and a key opportunity to raise awareness, commemorate those who have passed on, and celebrate victories such as increased access to treatment and prevention services. Public support and programming is encouraged to prevent the spread of HIV infection; awareness and education about HIV/AIDS is provided and compassion is demonstrated for those infected or affected by HIV.

Government and health officials observe the day, often with speeches or forums on the AIDS topics and since 1995, the President of the United States has made an official proclamation on World AIDS Day. Governments of other nations have followed suit and issued similar announcements.

AIDS has killed more than 25 million people between 1981 and 2007, and approximately 33 million people are infected by HIV.

Declining new HIV infections in children
The area where most progress is being made is in the reduction of new HIV infections in children. Half of the global reductions in new HIV infections in the last two years have been among newborn children.

Fewer AIDS-related deaths 
Antiretroviral therapy has emerged as a powerful force for saving lives. In the last 24 months the number of people accessing treatment has increased by 63% globally.

More investments 
Countries are increasing investments in the AIDS response despite a difficult economic climate. The global gap in resources needed annually by 2015 is now at 30%. In 2011, US$ 16.8 billion was available and the need for 2015 is between US$ 22-24 billion.

Statistically the results are improving but we still are far from being there yet. Please do support this cause and make your colleagues, friends and family aware of this important day. Thank you!

Jet Rescue Air Ambulance introduces the first Learjet 45XR dedicated as Air Ambulance in Mexico And Latin America

October 2, 2012

Jet Rescue Air Ambulance becomes one of the first companies in North America to dedicate the mid-size business jet Lear 45XR to air ambulance service, setting new comfort and safety in the Air Ambulance Industry.

San Diego,California (PRWEB) October 02, 2012 – Air Ambulance leader in Latin America, Mexico and the Caribbean Jet Rescue Air Ambulance is setting a new standard in patient safety, comfort and care with the introduction of a Learjet 45XR for dedicated air ambulance service.

As Jet Rescue´s latest innovation, the Learjet 45XR offers patients a spacious cabin, that can accommodate up to 2 patients 2 family members and medical team.This Air Ambulance jet is equipped with the latest critical care equipment such as the new Propaq MD, and the Drager Oxilog 3000 ventilator.

“We are introducing the next generation of Air Ambulances in Latin America,” says Carlos Salinas, President and CEO of Jet Rescue Air Ambulance. “With a focus on patient care and safety, we continually look for opportunities to improve the air ambulance industry specially where medical care is not as developed like in Mexico and South America .

The Learjet 45XR further elevates the level of service we can provide to our patients and clients.

Last year we started the task of finding the best over-all medevac aircraft to replace the Learjet 35 .

“Our decision to move to the Learjet 45XR was motivated by several factors,” says Salinas. “Ultimately, we selected the aircraft because of the advantages it provides our patients.

The high-altitude capabilities and extended range allow for smoother flights with fewer stops, which is vital for the critically ill and injured patients we transport.

¨ The Learjet 45XR will be the air ambulance aircraft in our fleet’s future”.

The Learjet 45XR has the latest flight management system technology as well as offers additional passenger comforts such as an on-board lavatory, additional luggage space and seating for a family member aboard. The aircraft is equipped with dual stretcher capabilities.

Jet Rescue Air Ambulance is one of the first Air Ambulance companies in North America to utilize a Learjet 45XR for dedicated air ambulance service. This air ambulance is based at Mexico City Airport (MMTO) currently performing air medical transport missions both domestically and internationally and has worldwide capability.

About Jet Rescue Worldwide Air Ambulance

Jet Rescue Air Ambulance, founded in 2007, is based in San Diego,California, and has 2 satellite bases in Mexico to reduce response time to common tourist destinations like: Cabo,Cancun,Puerto Vallarta,Mazatlan,Huatulco,Acapulco and More.

The company coordinates domestic and international air medical transportation services, commercial medical escorts, ground ambulance services and provides direct billing to insurance companies.

Our commitment to quality assures that every single detail is handled carefully and all resources are available to perform flawlessly.Our compassionate team of experts in the air ambulance industry are ready ,willing and able to serve you 24/7.

To learn more about Jet Rescue Air Ambulance,visit us at or

Media Inquires

Arjan Los

Corporate Communications

480-522-1080 | Carlos Salinas

Contact info – Jet Rescue Air Ambulance

July 1, 2010

Jet Rescue Worldwide Air Ambulance Services

Mr. Arjan Los, Vice President of Business Development

877-704-8396 US and Canada

International Dialing:

Worldwide Collect:  +1-480-522-1080

7633 E. Acoma Dr.Suite 102

Scottsdale, Arizona 85260

United States of America