St. Vincent Healthcare Purchases Beechcraft King Air 250C

St. Vincent's current King Air B200. (Image by St. Vincent Healthcare)

Textron Aviation Special Missions was awarded a contract by St. Vincent Healthcare of Billings, Montana, for one cargo door-equipped Beechcraft King Air 250C aircraft. The Beechcraft King Air 250C will be configured for the air ambulance mission incorporating a LifePort medical interior.  The King Air 250C aircraft will enter St. Vincent Healthcare’s HELP Flight air medical service during the first half of 2021 and will join a Beechcraft Super King Air B200 in current operation.  

“We’re honored St. Vincent Healthcare has chosen another King Air in support of its critical HELP Flight emergency service operational needs throughout the northwest United States,” said Bob Gibbs, vice president, Special Mission Sales for Textron Aviation.  “The King Air is the world leader in turboprop special missions because of the aircraft’s unmatched capabilities and reliability.  By working with our customers to create the ideal mission solution, Textron Aviation  continues to be the supplier of choice for emergency service air transport when each minute matters.”   

St. Vincent Healthcare’s HELP Flight air ambulance program provides air transportation for seriously ill or injured patients and services in an area that includes Central Montana, South Central Montana, Eastern Montana, Northern Wyoming, Western North and South Dakota as well as transports to Denver, Colorado, Salt Lake City, Utah or to other places like Rochester, Minnesota.  

(Press release: Textron Aviation)

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