February 16, 2012
Flight for Life Colorado has added a Learjet to the aircraft operated by Mayo Aviation that are available to transport medical patients from Northwest Colorado to larger hospitals. Its primary mission is flight greater than 400 miles from Centennial Airport. It will come to Yampa Valley Regional Airport and Craig-Moffat Airport most often when it is the second fixed wing aircraft called out. It will not fly into Bob Adams Field in Steamboat Springs.
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In mid-January, Flight for Life Colorado added a Learjet 35 to its fleet. The Learjet was added to provide better service on flights longer than 400 miles from Centennial Airport south of Denver and will back up the King Air on shorter flights.