Britain's Prince William's Air Ambulance crew get new helicopter

The East Anglian Air Ambulance - where Britain's Prince William works - is set to receive a new helicopter.

Britain's Prince William's Air Ambulance crew get new helicopter

Britain's Prince William's office is to receive a new helicopter.

The father-of-two - who has Prince George, two, and Princess Charlotte, eight months, with the Duchess of Cambridge - will soon have the chance to pilot a brand new helicopter, a H145, for the East Anglian Air Ambulance service.

Diana Jakubowska, head of communications at the East Anglian Air Ambulance, told PEOPLE magazine: "Our targets have been increased because we have introduced the new helicopters. We are putting a huge amount of extra effort to raise that money. We are not aware of any direct impact he has had for fundraising.

"We will then have greater resilience enabling us to go from one job to the other much easier. It is really good news all round, but it has impacted on the amount of money we need to raise."

Meanwhile, it was previously revealed that the 33-year-old royal's shared office at Cambridge International Airport has a Playstation as well as top-of-the-range televisions and a cappuccino machine.

A staff member said: "When you are doing this day-to-day, you need to talk about it and you need to de-brief and sit down and have a nice cup of tea in a beautiful environment with all the up-to-date equipment."

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