The Central United States is predominantly rural. Because of this fact, response times are increased due to such simple factors as driving distance and the lack of commercial air service available to small communities. When commercial air service is available, it is typically accompanied with inconvenient routes, significant layovers, cancellations, and flight delays. The net result is increased costs for service before factoring in the expense of last minute airfare and the necessity of having to drive significant distances after arriving at the smaller regional commercial airports.
Since this company was formed in 1991, we have regularly evaluated our services to ensure that we are providing the most efficient and cost conscious analysis to those who utilize our services. In an effort to better serve the needs of our clients, Midwest Accident Reconstruction Services, L.C. has purchased a Piper Seneca twin engine aircraft with advanced digital avionics and added a commercial and instrument rated pilot to our staff. This aircraft addition will enable us to fly into almost any airfield in the Central United States within three hours of takeoff. The aircraft will also be available 24 hours a day 7 days a week, weather permitting of course. To see the approximate flight times, click on the map of the Central United States.
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Because we are not operating as a charter service, it is possible for us to keep aircraft operating costs low when compared to charter aircraft services or last minute commercial flights. Now, instead of inconvenient routes, delays, cancellations, and layovers, we can fly directly to an airfield oftentimes within a few miles of the crash scene or vehicles. Depending on the location of the crash, we will now have the ability to respond faster, and more importantly, at less cost to our clients while providing the same uncompromising quality services.