Global Flight Relief Founder Receives Harrison Ford Aviation Legacy AwardTempus Applied Solutions Holdings Inc. is pleased to announce that its CEO, Scott Terry, was awarded the Harrison Ford Aviation Legacy Award at the 13th annual Living Legends of Aviation Awards in Beverly Hills on Friday, January 22. The award's namesake, Harrison Ford, chose Mr. Terry as the recipient and presented him the award. Mr. Terry was recognized for his work with nonprofit organization, Global Flight Relief.
Global Flight Relief founder Scott Terry Receives AwardScott Terry was awarded the Inspiration Award May 30th at the 2015 Endeavor Awards in Los Angeles, CA. The Endeavor Awards celebrate and honor volunteer pilots and provide support to the organizations that coordinate their gifts of flight to serve those in need. Every year thousands of donated flights save lives, provide access to medical care, transport Veterans, rescue animals, map environmental data, aid in disaster relief and contribute to the public good in communities nationwide.
Global Flight Relief Adds KingAir E-90 To Existing Fleet
Global Flight Relief is excited to announce the addition of a KingAir E-90 to our fleet of aircraft. The KingAir will be based in Eastern Africa.
The aircraft has a standard configuration of 6 seats but can be converted to 3 seats with a medical stretcher.
Global Flight Relief Adds Medevac To Existing FleetGlobal Flight Relief is excited to announce the addition of a medevac aircraft to enhance the already sophisticated services of Global Flight Relief. On March 20, 2013, a VIP Gulfstream III with 14 seat configuration will travel to Richmond, VA for a medevac conversion, to become an Air Ambulance interior with 2 MedPac 400 units while retaining a 6 seat position.
With the addition of this aircraft to our fleet, this will allow Global Flight Relief to transport two critically injured patients and a medical team of six professionals 3,300 NM. The modification, completed by Richmond based company, BaySys Technologies will take approximately 60 days to complete. This advanced system is anticipated to be completed in May 2013 and at that time, repositioned to Africa and available to provide life saving transportation.