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Angel Flight Pilot and WWII Vet Takes Epic Trip

Decorated World War II veteran and Angel Flight Pilot of the Year John Billings is taking the flight of a lifetime around America to raise awareness of public benefit flying while fulfilling his dream.

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Volunteer Pilots associated with 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.

The following safety related material has received the Seal of Approval from pilots throughout the volunteer pilot network. We encourage you to review these routinely and to share your real stories.

Volunteer Pilot Safety Manual – you can either view the PDF file or save to your computer. To view it, simply click the link. To save to your computer, right click on the link and then select “Save As” and save the file to your computer.

Online Safety Courses – AOPA offers many online courses free of charge. Click on the link and spend some time brushing up on your skills.

Safety Management System (SMS) – Review our SMS and share best practices with our Safety Director Mr. Steve Craven.  Email:

Pre-Flight Risk Assessment

ADS-B Presentation – Review presentation by Dick Wetherald

Real Stories from Real Pilots

Unfortunate Events – read an article written by one of our pilots.