314 – London Air Ambulance

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Guests: Neil Jeffers, Adam Spink    Host: Markus Voelter
Shownoter: Bastian Hundt

Earlier this year I visited the London Air Ambulance, a charity organization that flies two MD-902 helicopters over the UK’s capital. I chatted with their chief pilot Neil Jeffers about the flying and some of the medical aspects. My recorder then joined Neil on a short flight to their hangar at RAF Northolt. There, we met Adam Spink, a NATS air traffic controller at Heathrow, and the three of us chatted about the ATC perspective of flying helicopters (sometimes) in Heathrows’s approach.

If you want to donate to the charity, see this link.

Introduction of Neil Jeffers


London Air Ambulance | Royal London Hospital | RAF Northolt | Major Trauma

Flight from Royal London Hospital to RAF Northolt


Air Traffic Control in London and a typical Mission with Adam Spink


Heathrow Terminal 4 | Follow-Me | Taxiway | Airspace Class