FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 9, 2020 CONTACT: Knight Aerospace – Bianca Rhodes (210) 433-9961 [email protected] KNIGHT NAMES DISTINGUISHED MILITARY DOCTOR JOHANNIGMAN AS CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER San Antonio, Texas – Knight Aerospace, a leading innovator in advanced aeromedical transportation, has named Jay A. Johannigman, M.D. FACS, as its Chief Medical Officer. His responsibilities will include overseeing…Read More
Knight Aerospace is thrilled to be teamed with Collins Aerospace to provide the next generation Air Transportable Galley Lavatory (ATGL), serving current and future airlift requirements. The unit can be utilized in cargo aircraft like the C17, C-130/C-130J, A-400M, C-390 and KC-46. “The current solutions flying today are well past their obsolescence age and finding the correct…Read More
A panel of innovation experts, including a former USAF Surgeon General advising the project, discuss the new technology that is being deployed as part of the international response to the COVID pandemic.Read More
We are proud to be supplying the Royal Canadian Air Force with the Aeromedical Biocontainment Evacuation System (ABES), the most advanced self-contained Modular system in the industry.
This system facilitates multi-patient transport for patients requiring isolation or transport in a specialized care area inside the C-130J and C17. The ABES is also known as the Aeromedical Biocontainment Module (ABCM)Read More
To address the current COVID-19 pandemic, and to proactively address future global health crises, Knight Aerospace is working closely with the medical community – including seeking input from military medicine specialists, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and others – and has developed a self-contained advanced medical transportation and treatment unit known as the Aero-Medical Bio-Containment Module (ABCM).Read More
San Antonio Company Could Change How Coronavirus Patients Are TransportedRead More
Knight Aerospace’s upcoming facility allows increased production of specialized medical transport units as well as passenger modules that swiftly transform the uses of aircraft. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS—Knight Aerospace is relocating to an industrial facility at Port San Antonio where it will grow its capacity to build sophisticated aircraft interior units that are increasingly sought by…Read More