Duke of England Joins East Anglian Air Ambulance

It has been publicized that The Duke of Cambridge is to be an air ambulance pilot the coming spring.

Prince William is going to be flying to different emergencies like coach accidents

prince-williamKensington Palace mentioned that Prince William is going to join East Anglian Air Ambulance and he will be flying night plus day shifts.

This is going to be his major job, however his schedule will take into consideration any kind of duties that he will continue to take on behalf of her Majesty the Queen.

A spokesperson informed us that the duke was extremely excited as well as motivated” by this new role.

He added that the duke looks at this as a real kind of public service, helping people in their most challenging times.

In addition he said that the duke regards his work with RAF search plus rescue force as a very exceptional opportunity and the Prince wanted to make a personal contribution to the exceptional work of this air ambulance service.

Patrick Peal the chief executive of the charity said they are so thrilled that His Highness has chosen to fly with them.

He added that they are positive that this will assist boost the profile of their charity along with other charities operating air ambulances in the region as well as all over the UK.

The charity informed us that the duke will be based at the Cambridge Airport as well as fly missions within Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire plus Norfolk.

Kensington Palace said that The prince will be offered a salary that he will donate entirely to the charity.

Cambridge Airport is properly located in the middle of the home of the Duke plus Duchess of Cambridge at Anmer Hall within Norfolk as well as their apartment found at Kensington Palace.

There were questions all around this move ever since Prince William, a qualified captain or air pilot of the Sea King helicopter, concluded his service as a RAF search plus rescue pilot in the month of September last year.

Throughout his service he conducted over A hundred and fifty missions as well as completed over 1,300 hours flying helicopters.

His major duties will include flying the EC145 T2 aircraft as well as working together with the medics to react to emergencies including road accidents and cardiac arrest.

So as to gain this license, the duke should complete 5 months of real training and then fourteen exams plus a flight test.

In the beginning he is going to be employed as a co-pilot however, following duration of training, he will be qualified as a helicopter commander.

The medical director of the Charity Alastair Wilson said that he will be taking care of patients in conditions that would be scary for many and some of the pilots might not like such situattions a lot.

He added that In comparison to his role as search plus rescue pilot, he might be handling a lot of injured patients than he is accustomed to, however his sure that the prince will perfectly get used to that.