Air Methods - Life Net
At the London-Corbin Airport, we take pride in the services we offer. On field we have one of the most well-known AeroMedical Services in the United States. Air Methods - Lifenet, is the world's largest air ambulance operator. Air Methods has been based here at London-Corbin Airport for six years and serves the surrounding areas with their elite team of pilots, paramedics and nurses. They fly the Eurocopter EC-130 B-4, and have the capability of handling major emergencies including: vehicle wrecks, patient transport from hospital to hospital, and much more.
Currently, the US National Guard flies regularly to and from the London-Corbin Airport. The National Guard has six helicopters based on field including five OH-58's (the civilian Bell 206), and a UH-60 Blackhawk. Already under construction is a brand new National Guard facility that will serve as the Kentucky National Guard headquarters. This facility will consist of 25,000 sq. ft. of office space and a massive 50,000 sq. ft. hangar which will hold sixteen OH-58 helicopters and four UH-60 Blackhawks.
During the summer months, KSP and DEA fly missions daily in search for Kentucky's largest and most common illegal crop, marijuana. From late April through the end of September the DEA and Kentucky State Police base several helicopters here. Both are very professional organizations and always experience success in their missions.
London-Corbin AIrport serves as a domicile for the Civil Air Patrol. The Civil Air Patrol assists the military in their operations and are responsible for emergency missions as well. Currently, their is one CAP aircraft based on the field, but during the summer numerous CAP use our facilities. There is also a CAP post located on field. Meetings are held weekly for members and pilots. If interested in joining the CAP contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Your message will be forwarded to the post commander.
The London-Corbin Airport serves more than 500 aircraft a month. These aircraft range from the popular Cessna 150 to the dominant business jets that Cessna Citation, Beechcraft Hawker, and Lear currently produces. Selling more than 30,000 gallons of Jet-Fuel a month, the airport has become a popular stop for many business and corporate pilots.