London's Air Ambulance

  • Helitech International is proud to announce it is once again supporting London's Air Ambulance as its chosen charity. London's Air Ambulance is a British-registered charity that operates an air ambulance service dedicated to responding to serious trauma emergencies in and around London.

  • Showing our Support

    To show our support for London Air Ambulance and to help them raise money for a 2nd helicopter, the Helitech International team ran the Bupa 10,000 through central London on 25th May, did an abseilling from the Royal London on 19th June and held a bake sales for World Helicopter Day on 16th August.

    So far we have raised over  £1888 and hope to raise a lot more during Helitech International where we will have charity buckets distributed around the show.

    To donate now visit the LAA website

  • The Bupa 10,000

    On Monday 25th May, the Helitech International team took part in the Bupa 10,000 in aid of London's Air Ambulance raising an amazing £1,462 for the charity. All members of the team completed the course in around an hour; acheiving all of their personal time targets.

  • Charity Abseil

    On Friday 19th June, our brave Show Coordinator, Avnita, abseiled down from the helipad at the top of the the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel to raise money for London's Air Ambulance. The helipad is 284ft up off the ground and is the highest helipad in the UK.

  • Bake Sale

    To raise funds further for our chosen charity, London's Air Ambulance, the team decided to commemorate World Helicopter Day and put on a bake sale for the Reed Exhibition office in London. The helicopter themed biscuits and cakes turned out to be a great success....

  • About London's Air Ambulance

    At present, it costs £5 million per year to operate London’s Air Ambulance and to date the charity has only been able to afford one helicopter to cover the 10 million people that live, work and visit London daily. The ‘Your London, Your Helicopter’ campaign is aiming to raise £4.4 million to acquire and sustain a second helicopter for five years and extend the daylight flying hours in the summer months.

    Find out more

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