Mediaviation provides private aero-medical repatriation service (also called air ambulance service) to individuals, heath institutions, governments, insurance companies across the UK, within Europe or worldwide!
- What documents do I need for the commercial flight with medical escort?
- What is a MEDIF?
- Can I travel on a commercial flight with doctor, nurse and/or paramedic?
- What is a Fit to Fly Certificate?
What documents do I need for the commercial flight with medical escort?
The necessary documents required for commercial flight with doctor, nurse and/or paramedic are:
- Fit to Fly Certificate (FTF) issued by the treating doctor
- MEDIF (if required by the airlines)
- Medical notes on the Patient - to allow Mediaviation to assess Patient's condition fully
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What is a MEDIF?
If the Patient is fit enough to travel on a schedulled flight with medical escort, the airlines may require some information about the Patient and their medical condition.Back to question ↑
MEDIF is an acronym for Medical Information Form. It is a special Medical Fitness to Fly Form issued by the airlines that the treating doctor has to fill in and sign. In MEDIF, information about Patient's doctor, medical condition, diagnosis, prognosis for the trip is required.
Can I travel on a commercial flight with doctor, nurse and/or paramedic?
Not all Patients can travel on a commercial flight with medical escort.
At Mediaviation we specialise in worldwide medical repatriation. We will assess Patient's medical condition based on medical notes and then advise if this way of repatriation is appropriate. If the commercial flight with doctor, nurse and/or paramedic cannot be performed due to the medical condition of the Patient, we will advise when and how Patients can be brought home safely. Back to question ↑
What is a Fit to Fly Certificate?
Fit to Fly Certificate (FTF) is a document signed by Patient's treating doctor confirming that Patient's medical condition allows for the Patient to be transported by air (either by private air ambulance or on a commercial flight) accompanied by medical escort.Back to question ↑