FlyBE. puts passengers’ health first with Aeromedic first aid kits

10th Jun 2004

FlyBE., now offering 9 low fare destinations from its Exeter base, has
recently installed First Aid kits from Aeromedic Innovations for use on its
fleet of BAe 146 jets.

FlyBE. placed a repeat order for first aid kits last month as it launched
longer sector flights to Faro, Alicante and Malaga.

“We are flying more passengers on longer routes on our routes from Exeter,
Southampton and Birmingham Airports and passenger health is extremely
important to us,” said FlyBE. Managing Director Jim French. “The Aeromedic
kits provide us with a comprehensive range of medical equipment which our
cabin crew are trained to use, giving our passengers peace of mind.”

Aeromedic Managing Director Lawrence Harding said “Inflight passenger health
has become a priority for many carriers, including FlyBE. The airline is now
better prepared should a passenger become ill at 30,000ft.”



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