GA Organizations

Able Flight
www.ableflight.org
Able Flight’s mission is to offer people with disabilities a unique way to challenge themselves through flight training, and by doing so, to gain greater self-confidence and self-reliance.

Angel Flight
www.AngelFlightSoars.org
Angel Flight believes illness isn’t stopped by boundaries and cures shouldn’t be either- whether the boundaries are geographic or monetary. To help, Angel Flight provides free air transportation to people who need to travel to receive lifesaving medical treatment, but lack the means. Our philosophy is that the cost of transportation should never stand in the way of receiving medical care, and our volunteer pilots are ready to act as angels in their lives to eliminate this barrier. To request an Angel Flight mission, to donate or volunteer, please call 1.877.4.AN.ANGEL or 770-452-7958.

Build A Plane
www.buildaplane.org
Build A Plane is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting aviation and aerospace by giving young people the opportunity to build real airplanes. Aircraft construction and restoration is not only exciting, but also provides a real-world application for learning science, technology, engineering and math.

Corporate Aircraft Association, Inc.
www.corpaa.us
“Dedicated to enhancing the operating efficiencies of corporate flight departments.”

Corporate Angel Network
www.corpangelnetwork.org
We arrange free air transportation for cancer patients traveling to treatment using the empy seats on corporate jets.

EAA Young Eagles
www.youngeagles.org
The EAA Young Eagles program was launched in 1992 to give interested young people, ages 8 - 17, an opportunity to go flying in a general aviation airplane. These flights are offered free of charge and are made possible through the generosity of EAA member volunteers.

Grace Flight of America
www.graceflight.org
The mission of Grace Flight of America is to help people in need of free air transportation for medical and humanitarian purposes. It is our goal to remove the transportation burden from patients so they can get to specialized medical treatment not available to them locally and focus on getting well. Many of our patients do not have access to conventional transportation or are too ill to drive or fly commercially. Grace Flight is here to help! Completely free of charge! Grace Flight of America relies completely on volunteer pilots and donations from individuals, foundations, clubs and corporations.

Kids In Flight, Inc.
www.kidsinflight.org
The mission of Kids in Flight is to use aviation to empower children with serious illnesses or disabilities and their families through flight experiences and educational programs.

LifeLine Pilots
www.lifelinepilots.org
Operating for over 20 years, LifeLine Pilots has been the transportation bridge for thousands of families in need. Whether our passengers are seeking the best medical treatment or have a compassionate need, the necessity for transportation is the common factor. LifeLine Pilots is committed to facilitating transportation for these individuals.

Lindbergh Foundation
www.lindberghfoundation.org
The Foundation has a prestigious team of officers, directors, and directors emeriti, leading the way into a future full of opportunities to fulfill Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh's vision of improving the quality of life through the balance between technology and nature.

Wings of Mercy
www.wingsofmercy.org
Wings of Mercy is a non-profit organization. We provide FREE medically needed flights to low/limited income families. We currently offer our services to people who are residents of Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, Ohio and Indiana who need to get to a medical destination anywhere in the US, East of the Rockies. A doctor has to sign a waiver stating that they are physically healthy enough to fly. We do not supply any kind of medical support. We are strictly a means of transportation. Wings is dedicated to “give wings to those in need.”

National Agricultural Aviation Association (NAAA)
www.agaviation.org
The agricultural aviation industry is made up of small businesses and pilots that use aircraft to aid farmers in producing a safe, affordable and abundant supply of food, fiber and bio-fuel, in addition to protecting forestry and controlling health-threatening pests. NAAA works to promote the benefits of aerial application to the public and conducts programs and services to ensure the continued success of the industry.

The National Aviation Hall of Fame
www.nationalaviation.org
They dreamed the dreams. They harnessed the technologies. They created a world where the sky was no longer the limit. The National Aviation Hall of Fame honors them for their service to country, their ingenuity, their courage, and their vision. The stories of our NAHF enshrines are stories of America…of challenge and failure, of determination and triumph.

National Naval Aviation Museum
www.navalaviationmuseum.org
Fly high with an adventure at the National Naval Aviation Museum, one of the world’s largest aviation museums. Located aboard Naval Air Station Pensacola, this historic treasure boasts more than 150 beautifully restored aircraft, hands-on exhibits and more than 4,000 artifacts representing Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard aviation.

Pilots N Paws
www.pilotsnpaws.org
This site is intended to be a meeting place for those who rescue, shelter or foster animals, and pilots and plane owners willing to assist with the transportation of animals. It is not the intent of Pilots N Paws to coordinate or arrange those providing these valuable services, but to provide the environment in which those involved can come together in a common place and arrange or schedule rescue flights, overnight foster care or shelter and all other related activities.

Silver Wings Fraternity
www.silverwings.org
Silver Wings Fraternity is a fraternal and charitable membership organization founded in 1958 by aviation pioneers. Its membership consists of pilots who soloed more than 25 years ago, younger pilots, and others with a genuine interest in aviation, who endeavor to provide educational opportunities in aviation to young people, and who seek fellowship and camaraderie with aviators worldwide. It is best known for celebrating the aviation achievements of its members, for providing scholarship funds and mentoring opportunities to young people, and for its clubhouse at the annual Sun n’ Fun International Fly–In & Expo in Lakeland, FL.

Veterans Airlift Command
www.veteransairlift.org
The VAC provides free air transportation to wounded veterans and their families for medical and other compassionate purposes, through a national network of volunteer aircraft owners and pilots. Our priority is on the veterans of Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan).

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