The seven ATE bases are located in:
- Banska Bystrica - Kristof 02
- The base has existed since 2001. Rescue operations in the mountains of the Low Tatras , Little and Big Fatra are also carried out from here.
- Bratislava - Krištof 01
- The base was opened at the same time as Banska Bystrica in 2001. The crew is deployed in traffic accidents and when transporting patients from all over Slovakia to Bratislava.
- Kosice - Kristof 04
- In 2006 Air Transport Europe took over the base that had been in existence since 1990
- Nitra - Kristof 05
- This base has also existed since 2006
- Poprad - Kristof 03
- The station was opened like the first station ever in 1995 and is located at Poprad-Tatry Airport . From this station helicopter flying mainly to operations in the Tatras ( Western Tatras , High Tatras , Belianske Tatras ) and in the Slovak Paradise .
The helicopters used are Agusta A109K2 , which are equipped with a 50 meter recovery winch. In addition to the patient, the Agusta can accommodate a crew of three, consisting of a pilot, doctor and paramedic.
Similar to the Czech Republic, the beginnings go back to joint experiments in the former Czechoslovakia . The first test missions with the Mil Mi-4 were flown in the High Tatras. When a Mil Mi-8 crashed in 1979, flights were suspended.
After the trial operation of Kryštof 01 in Prague with Mil Mi-2 began in 1987 in the Czech Republic, operations were extended to the area of central and eastern Slovakia in the same year with Kryštof 02 in Banská Bystrica.
Air ambulance was established in Poprad before the partition of Czechoslovakia in 1991. The first helicopter was an Alouette III SA 316B. Shortly after the start, the company was expanded to include special flights in the construction sector and the fleet was enlarged with the Mi-8T and Mi-8P . ATE rented the Mi-17 and the Mi-26T for heavy-duty operations .
In 2003 the Agusta 109K2s that are in use today were put into operation.