Why become an Angel Flight Southeast Pilot?
- Fly just one mission, and you won’t have to ask why! It’s incredibly rewarding.
- Most missions are booked weeks in advance; just pick one that suits your schedule.
Angel Flight missions are tax-deductible!
If you need to check details of a mission, access other resource information, or volunteer for a flight, go to Mission Control — AFIDS Login.
We need more pilots – NOW!
Join Angel Flight™ Southeast as a volunteer private pilot and use your love of flying to help those in need. Angel Flight™ Southeast member pilots come from all walks of life, fly a variety of single and twin engine planes as well as jet aircraft, and are united by a desire to apply their aviation skills in this unique way to help others.
Angel Flight™ Southeast currently has about 500 active members in the state of Florida. Many of our pilots own their own planes; however, some rent aircraft to fly missions. Most fly either 4 or 6 seaters and have either a private, commercial or ATP rating.
Angel Flight™ Southeast coordinates more than 3,000 missions each year. There are many opportunities to participate, but never any pressure to fly. How much or how little you fly is up to you.
The time to join us is now!
Would you like to be a pilot with us? Please fill out our Pilot Application form by going to our “Become A Pilot” web page or just clicking here.
If you’d like more information and a membership application sent to you by mail, email or fax, please give us a call at our Leesburg Headquarters at 352-326-0761.
We look forward to having you as a member of Angel Flight Southeast
Pilot’s Cancellation Policy
Angel Flight Southeast pilots may cancel a mission for weather, personal, scheduling, financial, or any other reason. Pilots are encouraged to recognize and observe their personal limitations, and to fly only when they are completely comfortable doing so.
If cancellation is necessary, the pilot is requested to notify Operation Headquarters or the AFSE Hotline at 800-352-4256 with as much advance notice of the mission as possible. When unable to fly as pilot-in-command, a pilot can still actively participate by flying as a co-pilot.