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Iran Receives 2 More Airbus Air Ambulances

2 More Airbus Air Ambulances Received2 More Airbus Air Ambulances Received

Two brand-new Airbus H145 air ambulances were received at Iran’s Payam Airport near Karaj on Friday, the airport’s public relations announced. The helicopters have been purchased by Iran’s Health Ministry and are set to be used by Emergency Medical Services Organization, in line with plans to improve air medical services.  Iran reportedly plans to purchase 45 Airbus air ambulances.  “So far, six helicopters have been purchased and the deal for nine other choppers will be finalized in the near future,” Mohammad Sarvari, the head of Air Emergency Office at Emergency Medical Services, said in late February. 


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