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AIRCARE 4 N344PH AIRBUS EC135 FLYING STATE FLAG

Print Sizes Available: 

  • Large: 17 x 13"
  • Small: 11 x 8.5"

Illustrated by: Eric Lian

AIRCARE 4 N344PH AIRBUS EC135 FLYING STATE FLAG is a helicopter art print from an original illustration. (This is not a photograph) Meticulously detailed, the helicopter is set against flight wings, and the description text is bordered by the crew patch and the American flag and state flag.

Perfect for award presentations, the office or home, or as a gift for that helicopter fan.
Printed on high quality, heavy weight Luster paper using a 12-color pigmented, archival ink system.

  • Edition Size: Open
  • Paper Type: Heavy Weight Luster
  • Ink Type: Lucia EX Archival Pigment 
  • Illustrated by: Eric Lian
  • Published and printed by: Lian Media

The description on the print states:

Based at Greenwood-Leflore Airport in Greenwood, MS, N344PH is an Airbus EC-135 P2+ operated by PHI Air Medical for the University of Mississippi Medical Center. AirCare 4’s crew consists of a pilot, critical care nurses, and paramedics who are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide emergency air transport to critically ill adult, pediatric, and neonatal patients. The EC-135 is an all-weather aircraft powered by twin Pratt & Whitney PW206B2 turbine engines and includes 3 axis autopilot, GPS satellite navigation, two-way satellite communication, onboard color weather radar, terrain and ground proximity radar, and utilizes night vision googles for all night operations.

The University of Mississippi Medical Center is the only Level 1 Trauma Center in the state, and the only program in the state authorized to provide Single-Pilot Instrument Flight Rules (SPIFR) emergency air transport. This allows AirCare crews to conduct operations under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) in Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC) when weather conditions would normally prevent patient flights. Since the program's inception, AirCare teams have transported more than 18,000 adults, pediatric, and neonatal patients over 2 million miles.




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