Our service

Our charity delivers an advanced trauma team to critically injured people in London, serving the 10 million people who live, work and commute within the M25.

events

Events are a fun way to show your support. You can take part in our events or hold your own to raise money for us. Whatever you decide to do, we are here to support you.

Our news

Hundreds of brave individuals have abseiled off our helipad to raise vital funds for the service, including ex-patient Hywel Jones who fell from height in 2010. 

our lottery

By spending just £1 a week you could have the chance of winning our top prize of £1,000, and at the same time you'll be supporting our essential service.

Emma's story

In December 2011, Emma McEachan was helped by London's Air Ambulance charity. She was heading to Kent with a friend for their traditional Sunday roast in a country pub when her Kawasaki motorbike slipped on the damp tarmac and slid into the path of an oncoming Ford Fiesta.

The medical team from London's Air Ambulance anaesthetised Emma before performing a thoracostomy, to allow her lungs to re-inflate, and splinting her leg and pelvis. They then made the decision to take her to the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel via helicopter. To complement her pneumothorax scar, Emma recently had the London’s Air Ambulance logo tattooed as a permanent reminder of the service that saved her life. Find out more about Emma's story, and watch her video.

Key supporters

  • Aberdeen
  • First
  • National Express
  • Stagecoach Group