Features schedule

AirMed&Rescue is dedicated to sharing the latest developments in the air ambulance and SAR sector. As well as publishing news online every day, the print magazine contains in-depth features, interviews and expert opinion pieces from experienced and respected professionals in the air medical and rescue world.

What's coming up in 2019?


Feature: MRO software solutions

How much difference do they make to operators in terms of allowing time for maintenance and fleet management?


POLICE Feature: Mission control systems and emergency management of assets

For police aviation fleet management, keeping control of assets on the ground and in the air is essential to ensure safety and efficiency.


POLICE Feature: Drones – what difference are they making to aerial police SAR services?


Feature: Medevacs from North and South Poles

Article describing the unique challenges and logistics of medical evacuations from some of the most challenging terrains and weather conditions a pilot can face


Feature: Simulation technology Part I

Advances and upgrades in simulation market


Feature: Simulation technology Part II

Virtual and Augmented Reality innovations for aviators, medics and maintenance personnel


Feature: Avionics upgrades

The newest innovations and developments in safety led by avionics


Feature: Insurance for air medical operators

Prices rises and how the industry has responded


Feature: Crew communications

What solutions are there for rear-crew communications?


Feature: Pilot-optional fire fighting

Are unmanned helicopters going to change the way in which fires are tackled from the air?


Feature: Implementing a safety management system

What are the primary considerations, and what are the main obstacles? Can technology help?


Feature: Pre-hospital blood transfusions

Evidence to support this initiative is lacking but nonetheless more providers are doing it


Cable care/management

Maintenance of key pieces of equipment is a life-saving process


Physiological effects of winching


As always, we enjoy hearing your news and views about our industry, so if you would like to submit an article for editorial consideration or comment for a listed feature, please email AirMed&Rescue Editor - Mandy Langfield:editor@airmedandrescue.com