Aspen Medical to base aircraft in Liberia for general aviation, aero-medical evacuation

This month Aspen Medical International (AMI) said it will begin operating a Beechcraft Corporation 1900C (B1900C) from James Spriggs Payne Airport, Monrovia, Liberia.

The turboprop will provide general aviation and aero-medical evacuation (AME) services to West Africa including Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea, Cote d´Ivoire, Ghana, Senegal, Mali, Niger, & Nigeria.

Aspen Medical International operates the Aspen Medical Liberia clinic, located in Monrovia, and will soon open Aspen Medical Sierra Leone in Freetown.

The aircraft´s deployment is the result strategic partnership with Red Apple Aviation, Inc. (US), AAL USA, Inc., Liberty Airlines, Inc., and HALO Aviation.

The B1900C will operate under HALO Aviation´s Part 135 and Part 138 Air Operating Certificates. The Part 138 is the South African Civil Aviation Authority´s endorsement to conduct AME operations.

Aspen Medical International is a leading provider of healthcare solutions in remote and challenging environments. Aspen provides clients in the public and private sectors enabling services, allowing them to focus on their core mission, confident that a proven and trusted partner stands ready to provide preventive health services and reactive assistance in the event of an emergency.