Become an Angel Flight Pilot

If you love to fly, meet our basic qualifications, and have a few hours to spare along with a desire to have a positive impact on someone’s life, have we got a deal for you! Angel Flight South Central matches up volunteer pilots with people in need of air transportation, primarily for scheduled medical treatment.



Our volunteer pilots cover all the costs associated with an Angel Flight and, in return, are rewarded with one of the most satisfying experiences of a lifetime—unconditional giving to someone truly in need. Our pilots report that once you fly your first mission, you are hooked!

“Being involved with Angel Flight is truly a life-changing experience,” says volunteer pilot Kirk Bell.

Our passengers come in all shapes and sizes, from infants through our oldest reported traveler at age 99. We are also committed to helping our veterans receive treatment at VA Hospitals. (The medical care is free, but the VA only allows patients 11 cents per mile for travel—less than bus fare! Many vets are getting by on disability pay at less than $1,000 per month and are in desperate need of our services.) We also fly lots of children to specialty hospitals. In the summer, many of our pilots enjoy taking children to special needs camps.

In addition to medical passengers, we also consider requests on a case-by-case basis for other humanitarian missions and for disaster relief projects. In every case, we focus on people who desperately need the services offered by our volunteer pilots.

If you would like to become an Angel Flight volunteer pilot and you meet our requirements, click here to complete our online application. If you have any questions about the application process, please contact us at 972-755-0433 or Once your application is processed you’ll receive an email from the office with instructions on how to complete two self-paced online learning modules, then you can start using your piloting skills to serve others!

Pilot Qualification Guidelines

  1. Current pilot certificate and medical.
  2. At least 250 hours PIC time.
  3. Access to aircraft as an owner or renter.
  4. Current liability insurance.
  5. A desire to make an impact by helping others.

Once you're a pilot, consider ordering an aircraft decal and a quality Lands End hat, shirt or jacket to further identify yourself as a volunteer pilot.