No one likes to think about getting hurt or injured while they are away from home, but the reality is that it can happen. If you get injured or fall ill while on vacation in Mexico, you may want to get back to the United States as fast as possible. Not only is it easier to recuperate in familiar surroundings, but the medical care in certain parts of rural Mexico can be lacking, so you may need to leave as soon as you are stable to get the best medical care back home.

Access to reliable transportation from one medical facility to another in can be challenging, especially when those facilities are located in different countries. Road conditions in Mexico can vary and transporting a sick patient in a vehicle can waste valuable time. Hiring an air ambulance in Mexico is one way to ensure you or your loved one stays healthy and receives the best possible medical care during the trip. Staying stable and comfortable as you travel requires expert care from qualified professionals and an airplane fitted with the right medical equipment. AirCARE1 flies from Mexico to multiple popular destinations in the United States and abroad. Our fleet of Lear aircraft allows our team to take care of patients suffering from a variety of ailments, including bariatric issues, cardiac problems and recovery from injury. We even have a neonatal team ready to assist with babies who need medical care while travelling.

If you have a family member or close friend who has fallen ill in Mexico, and you want to rush to their side, AirCARE1 can be the perfect solution. Our service can bring you to visit them and transport you both in comfort back to the United States.

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About AirCARE1

At AirCARE1, we provide air ambulance service for patients and loved ones in the United States and beyond. If you’ve suffered an accident while on vacation or visiting family or friends in Mexico, you may want to continue recuperating in your own home city. Or you may need to travel to a specialized facility where they can provide the advanced care you need. No matter why you need to travel, we provide a safe, fully equipped ride to get you where you need to go.

As you fly on our Learjet aircraft, our highly trained staff members will take care of everything and monitor the patient through the Lifeport patient care system to ensure they stay in top health throughout the trip. Each of our aircraft is equipped with in-depth Airborne Critical Care Units to help handle any unexpected incidents that may occur.

Our Commitment to Safety

You can feel safe booking a trip with AirCARE1 thanks to our level of training and expertise. All of our employees undergo rigorous ongoing training to ensure they provide the most up to date care using the best machines available. With critical care nurses, paramedics and other medical professionals on our staff, you can rest assured that every medical need will be taken care of for you.

In addition to our medical team, our pilots also have experience and training to help make the flight go smoother for you. Our planes fly at a higher altitude to keep you from experiencing turbulence as we fly, and our pilots are ready to handle anything that may happen.

Our Duel Accreditation

Our commitment to safety is evident in everything we do, including being accredited by two prestigious boards. Both The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems and the European Aeromedical Institute have verified the level of care we provide over multiple years. This dual accreditation is a rare achievement in our industry, held only by those that provide the highest level of care. With nine years of compliance to the highest standards under our belt, you can trust us to provide the best service in the industry.

Our Focus on Holistic Care

AirCARE1 is the only air ambulance in Mexico to offer a focus on holistic care methods that helps patients stay calm during transport. Creating a calming atmosphere is a key part of keeping a patient healthy and happy as they travel. Some of the techniques we use to reduce anxiety and stress during travel include:

  • Noise cancelling headphones to help you sleep
  • Hand massages to release anxiety from pressure points
  • Aromatherapy to encourage calm and healing

In addition to these non-traditional methods, we monitor every patient’s health throughout the flight by keeping them on our Lifeport patient monitoring system. This reduces any stress on the patient or loved ones knowing that we are staying abreast of the situation.

Air Ambulance Service Catering to All Types of Patients

AirCARE1 works with all types of patients who need transportation from Mexico to the United States, Canada or internationally. Our team is equipped to handle every kind of patient, including:

  • Infants
  • Children
  • Adults
  • Senior Citizens

State of the Art Medical Equipment Keeps You Safe

One of the biggest concerns for patients is leaving a hospital to travel in an air ambulance and the level of care they will receive during travel. With state of the art medical equipment in each of our fleet of Learjet aircraft, we provide the same level of care as any hospital. Our staff is just as well qualified as the nursing staff working in hospital wards, and trained to handle any emergency that can arise. Some of the medical equipment we have on board each aircraft includes:

  • Airborne critical care units
  • Neonatal isolette
  • Alaris pumps

Providing Enhanced Comfort & Smoother Ride

All of our aircraft are outfitted with medical equipment as well as comfortable seating areas for family members of the patient. With only Learjets in our fleet, we deliver a much quieter and more comfortable ride to any destination throughout Canada, the United States, Mexico, the Caribbean, Latin America and South America. Jets are able to fly faster and at a higher altitude than commercial aircraft and other kinds of planes, so you can count on fast transport to your destination.

Commercial Medical Escort

Our medical escort service is ideal for those who feel well enough to travel but want the reassurance of having a medically trained professional on hand in case of emergency. AirCARE1 provides this service for patients and their families who want to travel home or to another medical facility without renting an entire air ambulance. With this service, you can fly on a commercial air service from the local major airport, and one of our team will fly alongside you to monitor vital signs and overall health.

Contact AirCARE1 Today

If you need air ambulance service in Mexico, AirCARE1 can help. Our mission is to provide compassion and care as we help you get to your destination. We are equipped to handle any type of situation, from a critical medical evacuation to bringing a patient home after a long hospital stay in a foreign country. Call us today or get a free no obligation quote by clicking here.

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Mexico Airports We Fly To

AirCARE1 provides air ambulance and medevac service to many cities in Mexico. Here are just a few of the airports in Mexico that we fly to:

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  • Mexico City Air Ambulance: Mexico City, Mexico – Lic Benito Juarez International Airport
  • Acapulco Air Ambulance: Acapulco, Mexico – General Juan Alvarez International Airport
  • Cancun Air Ambulance: Cancun, Mexico – Cancun International Airport
  • Puerto Vallarta Air Ambulance: Puerto Vallarta, Mexico – Lic Diaz Ordaz International Airport
  • Mazatlan Air Ambulance: Mazatlan, Mexico – Gen Rafael Buelna International Airport
  • Leon Air Ambulance: Leon, Mexico – De Guanajuato International Airport
  • Cabo San Lucas Air Ambulance: Cabo San Lucas, Mexico – Cabo San Lucas International Airport
  • Cabo San Lucas Air Ambulance: Cabo San Lucas, Mexico – Los Cabos International Airport
  • Cozumel Air Ambulance: Cozumel, Mexico – Cozumel International Airport
  • Guadalajara Air Ambulance: Guadalajara, Mexico – Don Miguel Hidalgo Airport
  • Tijuana Air Ambulance: Tijuana, Mexico – Gen Abel L Rodriguez Airport
  • Merida Air Ambulance: Merida, Mexico – Lic Manuel Rejon Airport
  • Guaymas Air Ambulance: Guaymas, Mexico – Gen Jose Maria Yanez Airport
  • Monterrey Air Ambulance: Monterrey, Mexico – Del Norte Intl Airport

States We Fly To

Here are the list of states we fly to:

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  • Chihuahua
  • Sonora
  • Coahuila
  • Durango
  • Oaxaca
  • Tamaulipas
  • Jalisco
  • Zacatecas
  • Baja California Sur
  • Chiapas
  • Veracruz
  • Baja California
  • Nuevo León
  • Guerrero
  • San Luis Potosí
  • Michoacán
  • Campeche
  • Sinaloa
  • Quintana Roo
  • Yucatán
  • Puebla
  • Guanajuato
  • Nayarit
  • Tabasco
  • México
  • Hidalgo
  • Querétaro
  • Colima
  • Aguascalientes
  • Morelos
  • Tlaxcala

Cities We Fly To

Here are the list of cities we fly to:

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  • Mexico City
  • Ecatepec de Morelos
  • Guadalajara
  • Juárez
  • Tijuana
  • León
  • Nezahualcóyotl
  • Monterrey
  • Zapopan
  • Naucalpan
  • Chihuahua
  • Mérida
  • Guadalupe
  • San Luis Potosí
  • Tlalnepantla
  • Aguascalientes
  • Mexicali
  • Hermosillo
  • Saltillo
  • Acapulco
  • Morelia
  • Culiacán
  • Querétaro
  • Torreón
  • Tlaquepaque
  • Cancún
  • Chimalhuacan
  • Reynosa Tamaulipas
  • Tuxtla Gutiérrez
  • Cuautitlán
  • San Nicolás de los Garza
  • Ciudad López Mateos
  • Toluca
  • Durango
  • Veracruz
  • Matamoros
  • Ciudad Apodaca
  • Xalapa
  • Tonalá
  • Mazatlán
  • Nuevo Laredo
  • Irapuato
  • Villahermosa
  • Cuernavaca
  • Xico
  • Celaya
  • Tampico
  • Tepic
  • General Escobedo
  • Ixtapaluca
  • Coacalco
  • Ciudad Victoria
  • Ciudad Obregón
  • Pachuca Hidalgo
  • Ensenada
  • Ciudad Santa Catarina
  • Oaxaca
  • Villa Nicolás Romero
  • Gómez Palacio
  • Uruapan
  • Tehuacán
  • Coatzacoalcos
  • Los Reyes la Paz
  • Los Mochis
  • Soledad de Graciano Sánchez
  • Campeche
  • Monclova
  • Buenavista
  • Ciudad Madero
  • Tapachula
  • Nogales
  • La Paz
  • Puerto Vallarta
  • Poza Rica
  • Chicoloapan
  • Chilpancingo
  • Metepec
  • Ojo de Agua
  • Ciudad del Carmen
  • San Pablo de las Salinas
  • Jiutepec
  • Cuautla
  • Chalco
  • Salamanca
  • San Cristóbal de las Casas
  • Piedras Negras
  • San Luis Río Colorado
  • Chetumal
  • Córdoba Veracruz
  • Boca del Río
  • Zamora de Hidalgo
  • Acuña
  • Colima
  • Zacatecas
  • San Pedro Garza García
  • San Juan del Río
  • Naucalpan
  • Orizaba Veracruz
  • Ciudad Valles
  • Fresnillo
  • Manzanillo
  • Iguala
  • Minatitlán
  • Delicias
  • Navojoa
  • Guaymas
  • Hidalgo del Parral
  • Playa del Carmen
  • Cabo San Lucas

About Mexico

Mexico is one of the most developed countries in Latin America but has also recently become one of the most dangerous countries in the region due to violence surrounding drug cartels. While the threat of violence is very real, Mexico remains a popular destination for travelers who tour the safer areas of Mexico City and tourist destinations such as the tropical beaches and Mayan ruins. The vast jungles in the south, coastal beaches on the Caribbean, and much more of the country can be safely enjoyed if you travel carefully.

Mexico contains the largest Spanish speaking population in the world and has created an identity for itself as a country that blends Spanish Colonial and Indigenous lifestyles into a new and defined Mexican culture. The country uses the Mexican Peso which is equivalent to about 1/13th of a dollar and has fairly developed transportation, economic, and health systems to service the country. The safest way to enter the country is to fly in and bypass the dangerous Border States; renting a car is the safest form of local transportation but is also more expensive than options such as taxis or buses. Theft is common so always be on the lookout for pickpockets and scams. Additionally, while many Americans view the Mexican police force as corrupt, most officers are honest and offering a bribe to a police officer can be a bad idea. Make sure to read the travel warnings on the US Embassy website before traveling to Mexico so you can better understand the risks of visiting the country and the precautions needed. Also make sure to carry the contact information of the Embassy with you and register with their STEP program at step.state.gov in case you require the assistance of the Embassy in an emergency. As usual, it is wise to obtain travelers insurance as well by visiting www.ustia.org to protect you from unforeseen costs.

Embassy Contact Information

U.S. Embassy Mexico City
Paseo de la Reforma 305
Colonia Cuauhtemoc
Mexico, D.F., Mexico C.P. 06500
Telephone: +(52)(55) 5080-2000
mx.usembassy.gov

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