GrandView Aviation Acquired by Global Medical Response

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Global Medical Response (GMR), the parent of AirMed International, has acquired the assets of charter operator GrandView Aviation including its fleet of Embraer Phenom 300 light jets.

As a result of the acquisition, GrandView COO Jessie Naor will become the company’s president. GrandView, which will operate under AirMed, also will expand its human organ transport operations as well as traditional charter.

Since GrandView’s inception, it has carried more than 2,200 organ transplant teams. GrandView’s organ transport business will complement AirMed’s in the western U.S., according to president Denise Treadwell. “AirMed International and GMR…look forward to working with GrandView as we expand our capabilities,” she said.

Headquartered in Maryland, GrandView has grown from 65 employees over the past year to 130 and plans to add 100 more this year, including pilots, flight dispatchers, and mechanics. The company operates bases in Boston, Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, Austin, Phoenix, and Denver.

GrandView Aviation's experience in human organ transplant flights includes carrying more than 2,200 transplant teams.
 

GrandView Aviation's experience in human organ transplant flights includes carrying more than 2,200 transplant teams.