MD 900 Explorer   msn: 900-00127

# 127 / N9075H, Back at Mesa, Arizona still with its old SRCA livery.

Photo: Eddy Cuperus, KFFZ, 9 November 2017.

On 20 December 2009 the Saudi Red Crescent Authority air ambulance service was officially launched by
The Governor of Riyadh, Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz. The ambitious program includes the establishment
of a nationwide network of 600 First-Aid Emergency Centers in the next four years. A fleet of 28 helicopters
and 6 medium-range aircraft will be acquired to provide EMS air transport. The picture shows the first
MD Explorer operated by Action Aviation on behalf of the SRCA out of Riyadh province, Saudi-Arabia.

# 127 / N9075H, Saudi Red Crescent Authority basking in the sun at Thumamah, Saudi-Arabia.

Photo: Kyle Fagin, OETH, 24 December 2009.

# 127 / 9K-BBD, United Aviation Rescue at the 2009 Heli-Expo in Anaheim, California.

Photo: Pete Webber, Anaheim, February 2009.

# 127 / N9075H, United Rescue, during a test-flight at Grand Prairie, Texas.

Photo: Timothy Pruitt, KGPM, 22 January 2009.

# 127 / N9075H, The first unit painted in a United Rescue livery will start
operating Emergency Rescue Services after completion at Grand Prairie, Texas.
United Aviation from Kuwait has two MD Explorers on order.

Photo: Zane Adams, KGPM, 23 January 2009.

# 127 / N9075H, A United Rescue MD Explorer equipped with pop-up floats
and a rescue hoist, was pictured at Grand Prairie, Texas.

Photo: Zane Adams, KGPM, 8 January 2009.

 Airframe History:
 Date: Tailnumber: Owner / Operator:
 APR 2008 N9075H  MD Helicopters Inc,
 Mesa, Arizona
 JAN 2009 N9075H  United Aviation Rescue,
 xxx 2009 (9K-BBD) United Aviation Rescue,
 Kuwait [ntu]
 OCT 2009 N9075H  Wilmington Trust Company, [trustee],
 Wilmington, Delaware
 DEC 2009 N9075H  Action Aviation / SRCA,
 Saudi Red Crescent Authority,
 Riyadh, Saudi-Arabia
 xxx 2010 9K-BBD  Private Operator,
 DEC 2012 N9075H  CofA expired,
 airframe withdrawn from use
 MAY 2017 N9075H  regi cancelled,
 airframe withdrawn from use

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