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Organ transplant offers life


When it comes to life saving, human organ air transport can be organised by Airstream Jets. When you go with an air charter brokerage company, the benefit is they have a range of contacts of air operators and aircrafts to choose at a moment’s notice. This ensures, the organ transport happens and quick.

Airstream Jets goes the extra mile and provides the most modern and cost effective air ambulance aircraft, utilising our global reach network.

The statistics are evidence that organ and tissue donors can transform the lives of many people. In fact, one organ and tissue donor can give renewed life to ten or more people.

Last year, 1122 Australians received an organ transplant from 391 organ donors. Thereby reaching an all-time high in national records for donation and transplantation outcome. ^

In Canada, 2,124 organs were transplanted in 2012. With success rates of 80 to 95% of patients doing well over one year after transplant. Giving them a life back, where work and play can be engaged in once again.^^

Why do you need an air service for organ transport?

Take for example, in Brisbane Australia, a person might need quick surgery for a new kidney and are on a waiting list. A donator who is in a Melbourne Hospital goes under surgery to have their kidney removed to improve someone’s life. With an estimated 1700 km distance between the two states, the options are a 19 hour car drive or a 2 hour plane ride.

Time is of the essence, not just for the precious cargo but also the sick person waiting for the organ. This is why you need fast and efficient service. You need to select a company who are experienced in organ transport, to get your precious cargo safely to its destination and quick.

When organising organ transport your first choice should be to call: Airstream Jets air charter brokerage company on +1800 27 JETS (5387).


 ^ Statistics sourced from Organ and Tissue Authority, Australian Government

^^ Statistics sourced from Government of Canada

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