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Emergency 24/7

8

Critical Missions / day

467

Global Repatriation Missions in 2022

2.351

Rescue Missions in 2022

190

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The essential activities
of Luxembourg Air Rescue

Explore our vital operations in air rescue, medical repatriation, transport of precious organs, and crucial humanitarian missions, shaping a safer and more supportive world.

The vital commitment of LAR helicopters

Since 1991, LAR helicopters have been operating daily in conjunction with the national emergency medical service (SAMU). Based in Findel and Ettelbrück, their strategic locations ensure a medical response in less than 10 minutes throughout the country, minimizing risks for patients. Furthermore, a cross-border helicopter extends their impact to save lives beyond borders.

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Emergency Medical Services Worldwide

LAR assists its members in the event of a medical emergency abroad. Contact us 24/7 at +352 27 365 365. We coordinate your safe return, from the initial care facility to a hospital near your home, following the receipt of medical information from a local doctor. LAR also offers its expertise in medical repatriation to insurers and other entities through its fleet at air-ambulance.com.

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The Life-Saving Service

Since January 1st, 2013, the Luxembourg Control Center has been orchestrating the coordination of organ transport teams to ensure a rapid and efficient delivery of organs from donor to recipient. With approximately 800 organ transfers carried out annually, Luxembourg Air Rescue plays a significant role in providing a second chance at life to many patients.

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LAR and emergency.lu for Global Humanitarian Coordination

As an official partner of the UN and NATO, LAR works closely with the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs to respond on the ground in the event of natural or human-made disasters that require the rapid deployment of emergency medical aid.

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The essential activities
of Luxembourg Air Rescue

Explore our vital operations in air rescue, medical repatriation, transport of precious organs, and crucial humanitarian missions, shaping a safer and more supportive world.

Air rescue services

The vital commitment of LAR helicopters

Since 1991, LAR helicopters have been operating daily in conjunction with the national emergency medical service (SAMU). Based in Findel and Ettelbrück, their strategic locations ensure a medical response in less than 10 minutes throughout the country, minimizing risks for patients. Furthermore, a cross-border helicopter extends their impact to save lives beyond borders.

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Patient Repatriation

Emergency Medical Services Worldwide

LAR assists its members in the event of a medical emergency abroad. Contact us 24/7 at +352 27 365 365. We coordinate your safe return, from the initial care facility to a hospital near your home, following the receipt of medical information from a local doctor. LAR also offers its expertise in medical repatriation to insurers and other entities through its fleet at air-ambulance.com.

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Organ Transportation

The Life-Saving Service

Since January 1st, 2013, the Luxembourg Control Center has been orchestrating the coordination of organ transport teams to ensure a rapid and efficient delivery of organs from donor to recipient. With approximately 800 organ transfers carried out annually, Luxembourg Air Rescue plays a significant role in providing a second chance at life to many patients.

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Humanitarian missions

LAR and emergency.lu for Global Humanitarian Coordination

As an official partner of the UN and NATO, LAR works closely with the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs to respond on the ground in the event of natural or human-made disasters that require the rapid deployment of emergency medical aid.

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When minutes seem like an eternity!

Even though lunch was about to be served, the three sons of the Sadeler family from Filsdorf took off on their bikes one more time, as so often on those last glorious days of summer. But this day was ...

 Familie Sadeler-Huwer

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And you can't take it for granted that there will be a helicopter?

Isabelle was being visited by a friend. They ran around to the stables on the farm together. Mom called out to her daughter, telling her to slow down. But it was too late!   Isabelle ran too close to ...

Familie Peiffer

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And suddenly everything was happening very fast

While we were on vacation in Avignon, our 2-month-old daughter Mia suddenly got sick and needed to be hospitalised immediately due to severe weight loss. At this time, it didn't even occur to us that ...

Laure Elsen

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I never imagined anything like this...

I was spending a week on Mallorca with friends. When checking in for the return flight, my vision suddenly blacked out and afterwards I was only vaguely aware that I was being taken to the hospital. ...

Marc Keilen

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Birth of twins on a vacation

I was in my seventh month and we wanted to leave on holidays one last time before their birth. On the second day after breakfast I felt my first contractions, we went straight to the Nimes hospital ...

Carole Wagner-Bartholomey

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We could not have been better taken care of

« On the way back to our flat in Southern France, my husband fell as this body suddenly just bent over. He suffers from neuropathy and therefore he had already lost control over his muscles and ...

Georges Heisbourg

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Luxembourg Air Rescue,
committed to saving lives

Rooted in its humanitarian values and as a dedicated private entity, Luxembourg Air Rescue stands as the exclusive guardian of air rescue in Luxembourg. Established in 1988 as a non-profit association, our unwavering commitment to rescue, health, and well-being is reflected in every mission we undertake.

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Member

~ 180,000 individuals


Missions

Over 3,000 missions carried out per year

Fleet

7 rescue helicopters, a dedicated fleet of 4 ambulance jets


Flight hours

Over 4.500 hours

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