HAI would love to see how you and your crew prevailed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Photos submitted in this category should include people in PPE gear inside or outside of their aircraft. Please note: you do not have to be a helicopter air ambulance crew to enter this category! If your crew transported patients, delivered supplies and food to those in need, and exercised optimal safety by following OEM standards and wearing PPE gear to ensure the safety of your passengers and staff during your flights, you may enter this category.
The ROTOR Magazine Photo Contest is now closed to new entries. Please return on Jan. 5, 2021, when we will announce this year’s winning photographs, which will also be featured in the Q1 2021 ROTOR magazine and at HAI HELI-EXPO 2021 in New Orleans! In the meantime, please select a category below to browse the contest entries and pick your favorites.
UVC portion of full decontamination of aircraft following transport of a COVID-19 patient. Photo taken at John S Dunn Heliport at Memorial Hermann Texas Medical Center. Flight paramedic with the program.
Photo taken while performing offshore oil rig crew relieving. I’m a Bell 429, EC 135, EC 145 Pilot and Flight Safety Officer of INAEC Aviation Corporation. Flight performed under strict Pandemic Protocols
Mercy Air – Oceanside CA – AMC’s practice Air Methods new Covid-19 protocols with a mock patient – April 27, 2019. Set-up image captured by Mark Mennie and coordinated by Dr. Chris Sloane to accurately portray and visually confirm the
The picture was taken during a military training exercise that included MEDEVAC training. ISOVAC Products deals with the Air Ambulance industry providing them with our CAPSULS to transport patients that have been diagnosed with Covid-19. The picture highlights our CAPSULS
Blackcomb Helicopters continued to operate safe and enjoyable tourism flights while following all orders of local health authorities during the pandemic due to significantly enhances protocols and precautions. Masks, cockpit barriers and extra sanitation procedures were all implemented, which allows
Mercy Air – Oceanside CA – FN Kelly F – portrait with an N95 mask+goggles – illustrating Air Methods new Covid-19 protocols, April 27, 2019. Set-up image captured by Mark Mennie and coordinated by Dr. Chris Sloane to accurately portray