MD 900 Explorer  msn: 900-00012

N368PA, National Park Service, captured at the helispot of Grand Canyon National Park airport.

Photo: Henk Ruiken, KGCN, 12 April 2013.

N368PA, Papillon Helicopters / National Park Service, pictured at the
Grand Canyon National Park airport in Tusayan, Arizona.

Photo: National Park Service, Tusayan, 7 September 2007.

N368PA, Papillon Helicopters / National Park Service, pictured at the
Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona.

Photo: Andrew Sullivan, 11 September 2004.

After 10 years of EMS duty with the REMSA Care Flight the Explorer was transferred
to Papillon Helicopters to be operated on behalf of the National Park Service.
N901CF, coded PG9A174H, was pictured at Las Vegas.

Photo: Johnny, KLAS, 2 March 2004.

In December 1994 the second production MD Explorer to be delivered was msn 00012.
N9212Z was the first tailnumber, in 1995 tailnumber N901CF was reserved and taken-up.
The EMS helicopter was delivered to Rocky Mountain Helicopters and operated by the
Care Flight unit of the Regional Emergency Medical Services Authority (REMSA) from Reno, Nevada.

 Airframe History:
 Date: Tailnumber: Owner / Operator:
 DEC 1994 N9212Z  MD Helicopters, Mesa, Arizona
 DEC 1994 N9212Z  Rocky Mountain Helicopters Inc.
 REMSA Care Flight, Reno, Nevada
 OCT 1995 N901CF  Rocky Mountain Helicopters Inc.
 REMSA Care Flight, Reno, Nevada
 JAN 2004 N901CF  Gulf Inc. / Papillon Helicopters,
 National Park Service, Las Vegas, Nevada
 JUL 2004 N368PA  Gulf Inc. / Papillon Helicopters,
 National Park Service, Las Vegas, Nevada
     

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