The DRF air rescue stands for actions such as fast emergency air rescue and safe patient transports by helicopters and ambulance aircrafts. Counting to the leading air rescue organizations in Europe the DRF acts on duty about 38,000 missions a year. Providing an ideal patient supply, the non-profit air rescue organization only works with the most modern helicopters and latest medical devices.
Moreover, the DRF air rescue sets high defaults in the realms of medicine, technology and flight operations. Equipped with about 50 helicopters, spread over 31 stations in Germany and Austria, it helps people in daily need. Counting 9 stations in total (in 2019 already 10) the DRF air rescue is ready to work and operates day and night. Worldwide patient transports with ambulance planes are conducted, if it is necessary for medical reasons.