PilotsAre you interested in registering as a volunteer pilot for Angel Flight Mid-Atlantic? Please review the following links below.
1. Join Our Pilots
Join our group of pilots as we help patients in need of transportation.
2. Pilot Qualification Requirements
Angel Flight Mid-Atlantic coordinates flights for patients, veterans and needs caused by natural or man-made disasters. Please click this button to learn more.
3. Angel Flight Mid-Atlantic Pilots Are Safe
Volunteer Pilots associated with Angel Flight Mid-Atlantic and Angel Flight Mid-Atlantic have provided services to thousands of non-critically ill people for more than 30 years with a spotless safety record. The principal objective in any flight is safety. Each pilot will make his/her own “go/no go” decision, without pressure from Angel Flight Mid-Atlantic, as he/she is the best judge as to the status of the aircraft, weather, his/her physical condition and training and proficiency. To learn more about our Safety click the button below.
4. Frequently Asked Questions
Have a few questions about flying with us? Please click the button below
5. Flight Guidelines
These guidelines are generally understood to be best practices of experienced Angel Flight Mid-Atlantic pilots. Each pilot should make his/her own “go/no-go” decision based on safety and their comfort level. Learn more by clicking the button below
6. Patient Transport Security Protocol
Please visit our Security Protocol by clicking the button below
7. Free Air Medical Transport: Patient Transport Liability Release Form
Please complete this form
If you love to fly, have access to an airplane and can take an occasional day off to make a difference in a child or adult’s life, Angel Flight Mid-Atlantic has an opportunity for you! Although there is no monetary payment, it is hard to place a value on how rewarding it feels to help those in need. Angel Flight Mid-Atlantic matches passengers with pilots who generously donate their time, aircraft and fuel at no cost.
Angel Flight Mid-Atlantic pilots give because they want to help those who have a genuine financial hardship. Volunteer pilots are selected for missions originating in or linking through the District of Columbia, Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia. If travel outside the Mid-Atlantic region is required, Angel Flight Mid-Atlantic coordinates the mission with other members of the Air Charity Network linking two or more flights to help passengers reach their destination.
Angel Flight Mid-Atlantic does not certify the pilots or the aircraft used for angel flights. This is the responsibility of the Federal Aviation Administration. Once flight coordination is fulfilled, the pilot in command (PIC) is responsible for all final details regarding the flight. If, for any reason the pilot and/or passenger is not comfortable with the match, they may contact our office, and we will try to suggest an alternative.
If you would like to become an Angel Flight Mid-Atlantic volunteer pilot, please click here to fill out the Angel Flight Mid-Atlantic Volunteer Pilot Application.