Why are floatplanes
220,000 people live along a 700 mile river in Papua New Guinea called the Sepik River. It is surrounded by a dense jungle with virtually no roads, electricity and little to no access to emergency medical care.
With our two floatplanes, we provide emergency life flights to the only hospital within 37,000 square miles. Without these life flights, it would take some of these people 5-7 days by way of dugout canoe to get to hospital care!
We can get them there in an hour or less.