Aeromedical - FlyFofa Airway
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Commitment to excellence and speedy medical response

We provide our clients with quality aeromedical care. This commitment to quality and cost effectiveness is delivered by combining the talents of our highly trained medical crews and flight operators. Our aeromedical operation are supported by a 24-hour Flight Coordination Centre staffed by air ambulance. Our Flight Coordinators also assisting our clients in all aspects to ensure a smooth, safe, and efficient aeromedical service. Our medical staff are registered with the Health Professions Councils of South Africa (HPCSA) and we offer basic, Intermediate and Advanced Life Support levels of medical care.


Our unique expertise enables FlyFofa to provide quality medical care and we service the needs of each client by combining the expertise of our teams.


Our staff complement consists of highly trained Healthcare providers and aviation professionals. We have the experience and history of serving within the pre-hospital and aviation environment respectively.


We pride ourselves in our attention to individuals and our ability to forge a symbiotic working relationship with our clients. We provide individually tailored solutions based on a comprehensive analysis of each client’s needs.


In order to apply the systems approach risk management, it is necessary to define what we mean by hazards. In the Aeromedical services, a hazard is a condition, actual or potential that can bring about personnel injury/death and damage/loss of property. This approach involves the following rationale:

• Every mission has some degree of risk exposure.
• All of the risks may never be known.
• Every mission requires balancing risks vs. preconceived parameters defined to control risk.
• Resources available to identify and manage risks are limited.
• The goal is to control or eliminate all unacceptable risks in each mission.

Our preferred method will be a hybrid of the ALERT (Aviation Litmus Evaluation Risk Test).


Our Aeromedical Fleet

Embraer 145

King Air 200 (Aeromedical)

B737-300 (Cargo)