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Prince William starts work with the East Anglian Air Ambulance
Prince William starts work with the East Anglian Air Ambulance

Prince William could be choppering in to help with emergencies in the Haverhill area.

The Duke of Cambridge started work as an employee of Bond Air Services on Monday, March 30 and, over the coming months, will undertake job-specific training before he begins piloting missions for East Anglian Air Ambulance during the summer.

The prince’s mandatory training will involve simulator time, aircraft practise and in-flight skills training.

The prince has previously piloted Sea King helicopters while undertaking search and rescue missions with the RAF.

He left the Anglesey-based role in 2013, a few months after the birth of his son, prince George.



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