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helipad

(hĕl′ĭ-păd″) [Fr. heli(copter) + (landing) pad]
A designated landing site for helicopters. Helipads are used at hospitals for the emergent transport of critically ill and injured patients.
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There have already been 47 landings on the new helipad, which gives critically ill patients immediate access to the emergency care they urgently need.
In all 73 unserved or underserved airports and helipads located in 19 states will be connected to 36 served airports through the second phase.
The elevated helipad provides a h2 service for the great north air ambulance which operates 2 aircrafts based at teesside and penrith.
By coordinating with the army, you will specify where you want the helipads, and we will execute your demands," Aoun said, during a ceremony at the Baabda Palace.
With the new helipads, the ambulance part is unnecessary and the patient can be transferred in three minutes.
With the operation of two new helipads, the ambulance part will not be there.
The helipads will be used during emergency situations and medical evacuation operations, with the aim of trimming the response time to emergencies and crises.
The helipads will be built at Women Cricket Academy, Model Town, Sharif Medical City Ground Jati Umra and other areas.
Meanwhile, the state police headquarters has issued guidelines to the security forces to ensure safety of copters at helipads, especially during take- off or landing.
The helipad at the Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai has become the first in the UAE to be awarded a license by the country's General Civil Aviation Authority.
He also announced that that 10 more helipads would be set up in Sirmour, Kinnaur and Mandi districts thereby increasing the total number of helipads in the state to 70.
He also announced that ten more helipads would be set up in Sirmour, Kinnaur and Mandi Districts, increasing the total strength of helipads in the state to 70.