What documentation do I need for domestic transfers?
Your government-issued ID, driver’s license, birth certificate, or a photo ID identifying yourself. Regulations require the positive identification of each passenger at the time of booking.
What documentation I need for international transfers?
For international transport, at the time of booking you and your companion (if any) will need to provide a legible document or picture of your current passports and visas (if applicable) and a Covid-19 result test within 72hrs from the date of transport. Regulations require the positive identification of each passenger at the time of booking and a security check with the Transportation Security Agency (TSA).
Can I be transported internationally without a passport?
If you are returning to your own country of citizenship, a current government photo ID may work in some cases. We will have to submit it for clearance ahead of time upon booking. Otherwise, a consular certification letter for medical transport will be needed.
How do I submit my documentation for booking?
You can call our office and request a secure email or use our site to connect via WhatsApp to safely submit your information. Additionally, you may send it using our website via your mobile, or computer when requesting a booking.
Is my information secure with Air Medical Transport?
Air Medical Transport fully complies with HIPAA regulations, releasing only the information needed to reasonably coordinate each air mission properly. Our clients’ and patient’s identifiable information is always secured based on the latest regulatory standards. We deploy multi-factor authentication and Integrated Security Data Loss Prevention (DLP) on all digital platforms and use HTTPS protocols on our website to secure cryptographic connections from a web server to a browser.
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