RAF Voyager is equipped with a state-of-the-art aeromedical evacuation capability, allowing military medical teams to provide life-saving treatment in the air.

A flexible capability

Voyager Aeromed Voyager in its RAF and MOD specification, has capacity to take up to 40 stretchers, while it can also be reconfigured to accommodate a three-patient critical care capability.

In this 40 stretcher front cabin configuration, there are 20 seats alongside the stretchers for those caring for the patients and a further 100 seat passenger capacity in the rear cabin to support general passenger movements.

This delivers new flexibility to the RAF and UK Armed Forces in operations in either a military or humanitarian capacity.

Life-saving specialist care:

RAF Voyager’s critical care set-up gives medical care teams unparalleled access to the patient. Connection points in its bulkheads mean that life-saving medical equipment can be connected and plugged in above stretchers, allowing free movement either side unrestricted by wires and cabling.

When not in the full medical fit 291 seat general transport set-up, Voyager can be rapidly switched to accommodate a two stretcher passenger configuration facilitating short-notice movement of injured personnel.