From first contact to safe haven our process is complete and easy.
Your amazing flight crew transported my mother in law and I... Everyone made her feel comfortable and relaxed... The pilot and co-pilot gave us a smooth ride. Thank you for the excellent service... Julie B.
Just transported our grandson/son from Lakeland Regional Hospital to Shepherds in Atlanta yesterday! What an amazing flight crew... all went very smoothly... Thank you all for your services... Priscilla R.
Air ambulance for my husband from Orlando back to Kentucky after his heart attack and surgery... were FABULOUS as his medical team... flew such a smooth flight! Can’t say enough about these guys! Kim R.
Air Ambulance by Air Trek, one of the Nation’s oldest air ambulance services, is a family owned and operated air medical program that has been providing air medical transportationservice since 1978.
The Cessna Citation Jet aircraft were designed to meet tough airline specifications, have a three and a half times better safety record, and are considered to be the most popular aircraft in the world for special air ambulance medical flights.
The Citation II Jet is manufactured in America by the Cessna Textron Corporation. The Citation II is a very versatile, small-size executive aircraft, that is able to accommodate up to two patients as well as two passengers.
At 520-mph, the Cessna Citation Jet III is one of the fastest aircraft in the larger mid-size class of executive jets. This large, comfortable cabin accommodates 1 or 2 Patients, 3 passengers, and a medical team and is equipped with a fully enclosed private lavatory.
The Cessna Citation Eagle is a single pilot, pressurized jet aircraft, equipped with the Nexgen Traffic Information Services and Nexrad Weather. It can accommodate one patient, two passengers, two suit cases, and the medical team.
Wayne currently serves as Air Trek’s Chief Pilot and FAA approved Check Airman overseeing pilot recruitment, training, and company certification.
Proudly serving in the United States Air Force and honorably retiring after 20 years, he retired as a Master Sergeant specializing in Electric Power Production and Aircraft Arresting Systems. Lester is the director of maintenance.
Having been born into the Air Trek family, Aaron soloed a multi-engine aircraft on his 18th birthday simultaneously received his Citation Jet type rating and a Commercial Pilot license, all while most are just learning to drive.