Air ambulance firm threatening legal action over Air Corps

Lifeflight Air Ambulance has threatened to seek an injunction if the government appoints the Air Corps to provide a national air ambulance service.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor @susmitchellsbp
19th February, 2012

Dublin firm Lifeflight Air Ambulance Ltd has threatened to seek an injunction from the High Court if the government presses ahead and appoints the Air Corps to provide a national air ambulance service.

Lifeflight was one of two not-for-profit consortiums that expressed an interest in providing the air ambulance service. Lifeflight includes Premier Aviation, the Roscommon Hospital Action Committee (RHAC) and David Hall, the entrepreneur behind Lifeline Ambulance Service, which is the largest private ambulance...

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