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Now with 19 aircraft, including a Learjet 55, a Hawker 800XP, and two Citation jets, REVA, Inc. operates the largest fleet of dedicated, fixed-wing medically-configured aircraft throughout the Americas. We provide aero-medical services worldwide, and service in the Caribbean Basin includes Cuba.
As a leader in the industry, we work with most major insurance and travel-assistance companies, hospitals, governments, the cruise-line industry, as well as intrepid travelers and their families with the sole mission of getting patients home so they can feel better.
We have gained the trust of hospitals worldwide, and our multilingual support staff is available 24-hours a day to ensure a smooth, safe, and comfortable transfer of the patient.
REVA has been fully accredited by EURAMI since 2009, NAAMTA since 2013, and ARGUS Gold rated since 2014, and ARGUS Platinum in 2017. REVA has also earned multiple industry awards including AAMS 2014 Fixed-wing Award of Excellence, ITIJ 2015 Air Ambulance Company of the Year Winner, and ITIJ 2016 Air Ambulance Provider of the Year Finalist.
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Aid for Ravaged Puerto Rico
Though the REVA, Inc. base facilities in San Juan, Puerto Rico, like much of the island’s structures, are a complete loss, REVA teams have been active all week post Maria to bring much-needed supplies to those who need them most and to evacuate patients.
Three REVA team members from the Fort Lauderdale base (at FXE) were flown into San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Int’l Airport in time to join two of the local San Juan team and meet the first plane to land at the airport post Maria, arriving early in the morning on Saturday, 9/25, a REVA Learjet 35 carrying supplies ranging broadly from canned foods, sports drinks, water, diapers, baby formula, to soap and other essentials.
The team set up a commercial airline belt loader, unloaded all the supplies donated by a religious organization in Florida and by REVA employees, and secured them in the only remaining storage room in the REVA hangar for distribution to those most in need.
That Saturday morning trip was the first of four relief missions planned to be completed not long before the hangar was scheduled for major deconstruction. Each of the subsequent missions carried donated flashlights, batteries, solar fans, bug spray and basic medical supplies to Puerto Rico. From there, some of the supplies were loaded onto the REVA dual-prop Cessna 402B for distribution in the Virgin Islands.
In the meantime, additional REVA aircraft and flight crews have been busy transporting patients off the island to maintain appropriate levels of health care at facilities back on the mainland.