Provision of Global Air Ambulance Services using long range aircraft, to be used in support of the United Nations worldwide. The Operator may propose one or multiple of its existing operations bases for this requirement. The Operator must be able to provide the following services:
• Air Ambulance services and Medevac in support of the United Nations. The Aircraft must be appropriately equipped to performed air ambulance operations as per the industry standards (medical equipment and personnel). The operator will perform Air ambulance services for the United Nations to locations as designated by the UN.
• Alternately the aircraft could also be used for passenger carriage, VIP or Combination of both medevac and passenger services,on behalf of the United Nations. Specialzed Medical Equipment and AMET team must be available to carry all types of patients (including carriage of COVID-19, if required).
• Aircraft should have full lavatory facilities.
• Aircraft and crew must be certified for RVSM operations, if applicable.
• Multi Engine, Extra Long Range Jet capable of flying transatlantic and transpacific routes (ex. Nairobi to US East coast) with none or one technical stop.
• High altitude, Hot weather and Heavy operations capable.
• Aircraft capable of day/night VFR and IFR (all weather operations).
• All dangerous goods transported by air must be carried in compliance with ICAO Doc 9284. Typical Dangerous Goods include fuel, compressed gases, medical supplies, batteries and ammunition.
• The Carrier is required to be self-sufficient when tasked outside of the UN Mission area. Carriers are required to have the back office capability to secure and pay for their own over-flight and landing permits, ground handling, Jet-A1 fuel and crew accommodation in/out of mission area flights.
• When required, Field self-start capability (APU or Portable GPU) and capability to independently operate all systems and subsystems of the aircraft (i.e. cargo door, ramp, stairs etc.), if applicable.