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Travel News – BLADE India partners with MyHealthcare to launch medevac service BLADE Care

Urban air mobility provider BLADE India has announced the launch of its medevac service ‘BLADE Care’. This is an initiative to addres the accessibility concerns for those who are looking at emergency medical travel. For a seamless, medical evacuation and bed to bed transfer, BLADE has partnered with ‘MyHealthcare’, a speciality healthcare ecosystem, to manage all the medical requirements for patients on ground and with BLADE being the air carrier service network. This enables immediate medical assistance and makes for a hassle-free experience for families going through difficult times.

BLADE Care services will be accessible for medical evacuations and essential travel. The brand will arrange aero-medical charters for both COVID and non-COVID patients with a team of certified doctors, paramedics and clinicians on board. Considering the current situation, BLADE will act as the one-stop-shop for all charter needs by ensuring people don’t spend a lot of time connecting with…

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