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Latest helicopter for sale:
Established:
1991
Retired:
2009
Originated to:
Scandinavian MediCopter
Main activites:
Air Ambulance
Main location(s):
Visby Airport
Helicopter type(s):
Eurocopter EC 145
MBB BK 117 B2
MBB BO 105 CBS-4
Previous type(s):
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Website:
www.sos-helikoptern.se
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SOS Helikoptern Gotland (retired)
SOS Helikoptern Gotland was focused in medical transports of patients between the hospital in Visby (Gotland) and specialist hospitals in the mainland, as well as emergency medical services on the island. The company started off with a BO 105 (SE-JBS), which was replaced by a BK 117 (SE-JUL) in 1995 due to the loss of the BO105 in a fatal accident in Östersjön in 1994. The BK 117 was operated for roughly 10 years before it was replaced by a brand new EC 145 (SE-JJC).

SOS Helikoptern Gotland was purchased by Fly Partners AB (owner of Lufttransport) in 2007. The company was transferred into the joint company Scandinavian MediCopter (a subsidiary to Scandinavian AirAmbulance) in 2009.
Available photos of the retired fleet
SE-JBS

SE-JJC

SE-JUL
Last update: 23 Mar, 2014
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