AirSada Medevac: Keeping your People Safe in Iraq

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As every Oil & Gas executive knows, your people are your most valuable asset.

Being a success means employing the best staff, and the best staff will always go where they are valued and looked after.

That just one reason why AirSada's medevac services are essential to your operations in Iraq.

Working in collaboration with Medical Park Group, we provide 24/7 air ambulance services with super-fast response times, so you can be assured that your people are in the best hands.

Founder and CEO Tolga Urcu commented:

"Employees and their families need to know that they'll be taken care of in the event of an emergency, and we are passionate about making sure that happens.

"Our recent service agreements with JGC and Hyundai show that we're the go-to supplier for this essential service in Iraq, and we're proud of our growing reputation for excellence."

Contact us now, and let us show you how AirSada can make a real difference to your business:

+90 531 780 36 53 (Turkey)
+90 212 890 01 27 (Turkey)

info@airsada.com

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AirSada wins Medevac Contract with Hyundai in Basra

By John Lee.

The Turkish-based private jet charter company AirSada has won a second contract to supply medical evacuation (medevac) services, this time to South Korea's Hyundai Engineering and Construction in Iraq.

The contract with AirSada, which runs to September 2025, includes air ambulance and medical treatment services.

It was signed by Mr Tolga Urcu, CEO of AirSada, and Mr Joonhwi Lee, Project Manager for Hyundai in Basra.

Earlier this year, the company won a similar contract with Japan's JGC Corporation.

(Source: AirSada)

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AirSada wins Medevac Contract with JGC in Iraq

By John Lee.

The Turkish-based private jet charter company AirSada has won a contract to supply medical evacuation (medevac) services to Japan's JGC Corporation in Iraq.

JGC is the main contractor for the major upgrading project at South Refineries Company's (SRC) Basra refinery.

The contract with AirSada, which runs to September 2025, includes air ambulance and medical treatment services.

It was signed by Mr Tolga Urcu, CEO of AirSada, and Mr Hiroto Ogura,  Project Manager for JGC at SRC Basra.

(Source: AirSada)

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Intelyse provides Extraction Flights from Iraq

Intelyse, a Sicuro Group company, has announced that it is will provide extraction flights for clients to get them home from Iraq.

It will fly people from Baghdad and Erbil to Doha, using a 150-seat Boeing 737-700.

The first flight goes into Iraq next week with a further two flights to follow.

(Source: Sicuro)