Commercial Airline Repatriation

Medical Escorts

If you have been ill and you have recovered enough to travel on a commercial airline with medical support, Capital Air Ambulance has the solution. Regular flights are still a key process in returning you home, but obtaining medical assistance can be tricky if you don’t know the right avenues to follow. Capital assists in worldwide repatriations from one end of the world to the other, and everywhere in between.

We help you by:

Arranging the flights, medical staff and equipment tailored to suit your needs.

  • Obtaining medical clearance with the airline, arranging oxygen in-flight where required.
  • Acquiring mobility assistance at the airport.
  • Arranging ground ambulance or taxi transfers in your current location and at your destination
  • Arranging hospital admission, GP follow up or hospital outpatient appointment if required.

What does medical repatriation cover?

Repatriation simply means to be returned to your home country. Our medical repatriation service is all-encompassing, covering all medical conditions from simple fractures and minor illness through to intensive/critical care and specialty services such as paediatrics, neonatal intensive care, obstetrics, psychiatry, and much more, whatever the cause, such as:

Skiing accidents

  • Car accidents
  • Falls and fractures
  • Heart attacks or acute illness
  • Long-term chronic illnesses requiring palliative care

Capital is also able to provide a repatriation service in uninsured and non-routine situations, such as:

When no travel insurance arrangements have been made before the injury or illness.

  • When a travel insurance policy is declined because a previous condition has not been declared or the terms of the policy are breached in some other way.
  • Patients have second homes in their home country or abroad, but no repatriation insurance.
  • Patients are living abroad but wish to return to their country of origin because of long-term or terminal illness.
  • A patient has died and the family wish to repatriate the body of their loved one.

What does medical repatriation cover?

Repatriation is an all-encompassing word, covering a variety of options. We cover all medical conditions from ICU special care to broken bones and more …

  • Skiing accidents
  • Car accidents
  • Falls and fractures
  • Heart attacks or acute illness
  • Long-term illnesses requiring palliative care
  • A travel insurance policy is declined because a previous condition has not been declared or terms are breached in some other way.
  • Patients have second homes in their home country or abroad, but no repatriation insurance.
  • Patients are living abroad but wish to return to their country of origin because of long-term or terminal illness.
  • A patient has died and return of their mortal remains