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Face Shield Delivery Saves Lives, Shares Love

A recent Angel Flight reconnected family members kept apart by the coronavirus. John Carrell has been dealing with the coronavirus pandemic like many people. John Carrell, center, has been working with others in the Texas Tech University Honors College to produce face shields for health care workers. He's been...

Scott Gloyna: Helping in the Crisis

Scott Gloyna's fascination with aviation started when he was a child. He grew up in the country in Texas and his closest neighbor was a crop duster pilot. Young Scott would ride his bicycle to the end of the neighbor's dirt runway and spend hours watching the plane take off, fly around and land. Scott first heard about Angel...

COVID-19

Thank you to our Volunteer Pilots for continuing to support Angel Flight South Central and help people in need! The situation with COVID-19 continues to change on a daily basis, and we are working hard to keep you informed as new information becomes available. Our updated policies are as follows:   AFSC Revised Policies...

Randall’s Angels

I am profoundly honored to have been asked to share my story about Angel Flight. As you know, Angel Flight flies passengers for Court Appointed Special Advocates, as well as flies for humanitarian and medical reasons. I am in the medical reason category. I currently have stage four cancer. This is the fourth time in three years I have...

Celebrations for Early Detection!

When Porter was six weeks old, he and his mom Tess came down with a cold. Tess wanted to make sure Porter’s cold wasn’t the result of something worse, so she made an appointment with Porter’s pediatrician. While they were there, she asked the pediatrician do a general checkup on Porter because she was concerned about...

MISSION CENTRAL | JANUARY 2020

Meet Porter, a sweet and happy six-month-old who has a couple Angel Flight missions under his belt. After surgery for Craniosynostosis, Porter makes regular trips from Amarillo to Fort Worth. Angel Flight has helped ease the burden of that journey over the past few months.

Officially in Recovery: The Extraordinary Story of Tessi

In August 2018, Tessi's life was abruptly interrupted when she learned she had cancer. Tessi was diagnosed with Stage 3 Aggressive/ Stage 4 Rhabdomyosarcoma, a very rare and often deadly cancer that is usually found only in children. It is so rare, in fact, that Tessi's doctor had never even heard of it. Tessi was referred to...

MISSION CENTRAL | DECEMBER 2019

  MISSION CENTRAL  |  DECEMBER 2019 The monthly newsletter for members of Angel Flight South Central   Angel Flight Log   STORIES FROM THE SOUTH CENTRAL SKIES     In August 2018, Tessi's life was abruptly interrupted when she learned she had cancer. Tessi was diagnosed with Stage 3...

MISSION CENTRAL |  NOVEMBER 2019

MISSION CENTRAL  |  NOVEMBER 2019 The monthly newsletter for members of Angel Flight South Central Angel Flight Log STORIES FROM THE SOUTH CENTRAL SKIES       Sean Julian got the flying fever when he was a teenager. After some excited encouragement by him and his brother, Sean’s parents won a...