Originally Posted by ncarpenter
If anyone happens to hear a medi-helo named "Northflight Rescue" or "Northflight One" (both the same helo), that's our medivac in Traverse City. They've been known to fly down-state quite a bit.
N911NF - Northflight EuroCopter
N912NF - Northflight Mitsubishi MU-2B
NorthFlight Operations: 155.160 PL 71.9
NorthFlight Tactical: 155.400 PL ???.?
Updated North Flight EMS info, et al
155.160 PL 71.9 NF Air & Ground dispatch
155.400 PL 100.0 Admin. channel. Usually referred to as "400" as in "go to 400" if on another channel
Use of 800 MHz increasing for flight following and comm w/ long distance transfer units
NF helo: N911NFAmerican Eurocopter AS-350 "A-Star"
Call sign is "North Flight Rescue" when on Life Flight mission, "North Flight One" when returning to base after patient drop off
NF fixed wing: N610TA King Air 200
All comm with Flight Comm done with 800 Mhz radio
The MU-2 was sold a few years ago. NF still owns the 912NF "N" number and it may be assigned to the King Air one day.
Other Michigan EMS flight programs:
AeroMed (Grand Rapids) 155.400 PL 179.9
Flight Care (Saginaw) 155.400 PL 156.7
W. Mi. Air Care (Kalamazoo) 155.385 PL 100