Are these the world’s first Air Transportable Passenger Ramps?
When a client in Papua New Guinea required a way to assist them to Medivac Stretcher Case Patients we came up with a neat idea. As the stretchers have wheels, why not build an inclined ramp to wheel the patient up to the aircraft door, that could be used by regular passengers the rest of the time.
Our resulting ramp is able to be broken down into smaller sections to air freight and re-assemble on site. Of course this also makes sea freight a breeze.
The Ramps also meet ASNZS1657-2013 standards as is essential.
Now we’ve looked but have been unable to find any ramps designed from the outset with air freight capabilities, so just maybe this is a world first?