New headsets for our fleet

  • Bose headset donation
  • Bose headset donation
  • Bose headset donation
The AMS is excited to partner with Bose Aviation and Wings ‘n Things to replace all the headsets of its current fleet with brand new Bose A20 headsets.
 
“We are pleased to welcome Bose Aviation and Wings ‘n Things (authorized Bose dealer) as supporters of the AMS. The ongoing support will ensure that we can focus on the task at hand to continue to provide an innovative, quality and rapid aero-medical service to all communities.” said Dr. Philip Erasmus, AMS CEO. The aero-medical environment is a challenging environment where providing care for critically ill and injured patients in the confined space of an aircraft is crucial. Communication between pilots and paramedics during all phases of flight and patient care in the cabin is vital to ensure safety during every mission. The greater noise reduction feature of the Bose headsets assists with decreasing crew fatigue and improves the quality of the communication through the headsets between the crew members.
 
“Bose is honored and proud to be able to support the terrific work done by the amazing people of The SA Red Cross Air Mercy Service. Keep up the excellent lifesaving and outreach work you do so well.” Patrick Schutterop, Category Business Manager - Aviation EMEA & India from Bose Aviation.
 
“Wings ‘n Things are truly excited to have been given the opportunity to play a part in facilitating this great initiative between Bose Aviation and the AMS to have been able to arrange something that will ease the financial burden at an operational level and allow them to invest these resources into their services to the communities that they serve. With the Bose A20 headsets we are also ensuring the health of the pilot’s hearing to enable them to function at the high level which is expected of them. We are grateful to our long-term partner, Bose, for their generous assistance that enabled us to contribute to this opportunity.” Colin Blanchard, Owner & CEO Wings ‘n Things.