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News copters and buff networks: the highlights

https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/business-aviation/2023-10-24/air-methods-files-bankruptcy-protection
 
For those who maybe haven’t seen it, Boston Medflight posted on Facebook earlier in the week that they took delivery of another H145 (N246NE). Based upon the post stating this standardizes the fleet as H145, it would appear this is replacing MF13 (N273NE) which is an EC145 as opposed to H145, the difference being the H has a fenestron.
 
Lynskey 85 said:
For those who maybe haven’t seen it, Boston Medflight posted on Facebook earlier in the week that they took delivery of another H145 (N246NE). Based upon the post stating this standardizes the fleet as H145, it would appear this is replacing MF13 (N273NE) which is an EC145 as opposed to H145, the difference being the H has a fenestron.

And N246NE is now in service as Medflight 6

N141NE - MF1
N142NE - MF2
N143NE - MF3 (still out in Texas)
N144NE - MF4
N145NE - MF5
N246NE - MF6

Which begs the question what is N46NE known as (this is the fixed wing)
 
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