Posted on: 01 December 2015 by Mark Howells
In response to reports that it now receives as many requests for security related assistance as they do for medical services, MedAire has extended its longstanding relationships with Gulfstream Aerospace and Boeing Business Jets (BBJ).
Beginning in the first quarter of 2016, all new Gulfstream aircraft will come equipped with MedAire’s expanded safety services, including aviation travel security briefs, air space assessments, information and advice to mitigate risk at destination, and access to MedAire’s 24/7 global network of security experts, local providers and logistics personnel.“Gulfstream has always been on the forefront of providing leading edge services to their clients”, said Bill Dolny, CEO of MedAire. “Adding our comprehensive travel risk management solution to their entitlement program ensures Gulfstream clients will have state-of-art safety and security assistance that best meets the needs of today’s business traveller wherever they need to fly”.MedAire’s comprehensive travel risk management solution will also now be part of the standard equipment on-board every BBJ aircraft built.“Our call data is a testimonial to the changing travel and risk profile for the business aviation customer. Boeing Business Jet’s upgrade to MedAire’s comprehensive travel safety services is an example of a leading manufacturer responding to industry changes and customer needs,” said Dolny.