Your safety is our first priority and with more than 150 years of combined flying service, our professional pilots provide you with the stress-free experience you deserve. Our goal is to get you to your destination, comfortably and safely.
Erroll Babineaux joined Acadian Ambulance in 1974 in his hometown of New Iberia, Louisiana. He served as the communications specialist before becoming a charter member of the National Registry of Paramedics for Louisiana and earning his flying privileges.
Erroll is a commercial pilot (airplanes, helicopters and hot air balloons) and has served as district manager for Iberia, St. Martin, Vermilion and St. Mary parishes. He led the incorporation of Air Med Services, LLC in 1981 before becoming its vice president and director of operations in 1992. He is a past chairman of the Acadiana Regional Airport Authority, Iberia Parish Communications District, United Way of Iberia Parish, and past president of multiple youth organizations and school boards.
He is a member of the Acadiana Chapter of the Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 1490, and the Aircraft Owner and Pilots Association.
Erroll received technical training from the University of Louisiana, FlightSafety International, and Simuflite of Dallas, Texas. He promotes safe aircraft operations for Acadian’s owned and operated aircrafts.
Spencer Anderson began flying in 1981 and later graduated from the University of North Dakota with a degree in professional flight. With more than 28 years of flying experience, Spencer has over 21,000 hours of flight time. He joined Air Med Services, LLC/Executive Aircraft Charter Service in February 2007.
Before joining the company, Spencer held several positions, including flight operations safety officer; flight instructor for private, commercial, instrument, and heavy transport pilots; and as a contract instructor teaching aircraft systems and flight instruction to FAA safety inspectors.
Kent Sibille has held an airframe and powerplant license since 1980. He spent 23 years with Petroleum Helicopters, Inc., where he maintained corporate aircraft in Lafayette, Louisiana, and Angola, Africa.
Kent spent seven years with Paul Fournet Air Service maintaining turboprop and jet aircraft before joining Air Med Services, LLC in 2007.