More than sixty groups have volunteer pilots who will fly patients for care or provide other flights or aviation services to help those in need or serve our communities. If you are seeking free air transportation or aviation services you can send an inquiry to each appropriate organization in one easy step by providing us the necessary information about your transportation needs. Or to see a list of all the volunteer pilot and charitable aviation groups visit our Directory of Groups, which lists public benefit flying organizations and the type of services they provide. If you do not find help from a group in our Directory of Groups please do email us at email@example.com or call our help line number below. If you are inquiring about disaster relief, please visit the page Disasters and Relief for more details.
Volunteer Pilots - this is your one-stop volunteer pilot group information source. Learn how as a volunteer pilot you too can fly to help others!
Find a public benefit flying group near you! The Air Care Alliance provides the only site which lists all known volunteer pilot organizations flying for the public benefit.
For interested volunteers and supporters: if you are a pilot or other person wanting to volunteer for a group, do contact all groups in the listings that you find interesting and which operate in your area.
Please study the listings carefully and you will find organizations specializing in patient and medical transport and also non-patient transport missions such as search and rescue, emergency preparedness, international work, environmental flying, etc. Contact groups whose members work to fill your community's needs.
Click here to view our entire Directory of Groups Or even more convenient - use our Request a Flight or Info button at the left to provide your criteria and see a list of just those groups flying in your region or which match the kinds of missions you wish to fly.
AND: when contacting groups please do tell them the Air Care Alliance sent you!
Using their own time and general aviation aircraft, pilot volunteers from the many public benefit flying organizations help hundreds of people each month. They and many other non-flying volunteers work to transport patients in need to facilities where they are able to receive medical attention they might otherwise have to do without. Many groups also play a significant role providing disaster and emergency relief, serving our veterans, flying for environmental support, transporting animals, taking youth on educational flights, or performing other community service missions.