LifeLine Pilots facilitates FREE transportation for such medical needs as on-going medical treatments, diagnosis and follow-up care.
Volunteer Pilots donate all flight expenses and their time. Volunteer Pilots can also choose to assist passengers with humanitarian situations. Caregiver exchanges, a final wish visiting an ill relative, taking children to special needs camps and disaster relief are examples of the many humanitarian missions for which LifeLine Pilots has facilitated FREE air transportation.
If you have any questions or wish to speak with us about LifeLine Pilots, we can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-822-7972.
To qualify for a LifeLine Pilots’ mission a passenger must meet the following criteria:
•have a medical or humanitarian need distant from home.
•have a financial need for assistance.
•be able to fly in a non-pressurized aircraft.
•be able to board the aircraft with minimal assistance.
•be able to sit upright in a standard aircraft seat.
•be willing to sign a liability release form.
•provide own transportation to and from the airport
•submit a completed Mission Request Packet for consideration.
To request a packet go to the web site under the tab request a flight.
Once all forms have been signed, returned, and approved, we can proceed with setting up a flight. We will do our best to help. If we are not in the office at the time of your call, please leave your name, location, and phone number with area code on our voicemail.
Mission coordination can be contacted at 1-800-822-7972 or by email at email@example.com.