Breitling supports Angel Flight Northeast

Swiss watch company Breitling has donated $100,000 to Angel Flight Northeast (AFNE), a nonprofit organization that schedules free air transportation for patients who need to access life-saving medical care that is not readily available to them due to their geographic location and who lack the financial resources to travel commercially to receive treatment or diagnosis.

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Angel Flight South Central to relocate HQ

DALLAS — Angel Flight South Central (AFSC) will relocate its corporate headquarters to Ambassador Jet Center at Dallas Executive Airport.

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Run For The Angels 5K slated at ORL April 19

The Orlando Executive Airport will host its fourth annual “Run for the Angels 5K” on April 19. All proceeds will benefit Angel Flight Southeast, [Read more...]

Angel Flight gives cancer patient altitude

Providing an extra lift for cancer patients has become the focus of one flight school in Victoria, Texas. The airplanes at Calhoun Air Center are mostly used to train new pilots, but the school is now allowing local pilots access to its planes for transporting patients, at the cost of fuel only.

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Run for the Angels 5K slated

The second annual Run for the Angels 5K will take place April 5 at Orlando Executive Airport (ORL) in Florida. All proceeds will benefit Angel Flight Southeast, which, for more than 25 years, has been providing free air transportation for children and adults with medical or  humanitarian needs.

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Angel Flight Southeast to host Texas Hold’em tournament at Sun ’n Fun

Angel Flight Southeast, which coordinates free air transportation for children and adults with medical or compelling humanitarian needs, will host a charity Texas Hold’em Tournament March 31 during the Sun ’n Fun airshow in Lakeland, Florida.

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WOWK reports on charity flight challenges

WOWK, a CBS-affiliate in West Virginia, is another in a long line of mainstream media outlets pointing out the challenges (both current or potential) of “new costs and regulations for general aviation flights could put programs like Angel Flight in jeopardy.” Read the full story at the WOWK website.