LifeLine Pilots

LifeLine Pilots facilitates FREE transportation
for such medical needs as on-going medical
treatments, diagnosis and follow-up care.

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This page is dedicated to honoring all of our volunteer pilots, the families we serve, and to provide information about us and any upcoming events. The more who know about us, the more families we can reach to provide the transportation help they need. Help us spread the word!!
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LifeLine Pilots posted 3 photos.1 day ago
✈️ It’s #wonderwednesday and here we have Wonder Woman herself, Wanda Whitsitt! Wanda decided to use her flying skills to help others when she founded Lifeline Pilots in 1981. Her piloting career began in 1978, and although she doesn’t fly anymore, she continues to contribute to Lifeline Pilots’ board of directors. In Spring of 2018, Wanda was honored with the Endeavor Award, an award celebrating the contributions on the public benefit of flying, and an award well deserved by the woman who started it all. Thank you, Wanda, for making our services possible, and inspiring many. 💙 #aviation #nonprofit #volunteering #womenofwonder #wonderwednesday
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LifeLine Pilots1 week ago
17 years ago today is a day we will never forget. I was working for a commercial truck dealership at the time and had a 25 minute commute. I was flipping through radio channels and caught a breaking news story. It still gives me chills to think about it. Listening to the radio people trying to piece together a story. When I arrived at work and walked into my office in the service department, my boss was the only one sitting there answering the phone. Everyone else was back in the lunch room watching the news.

At the time, I did not know LifeLine Pilots existed or anything about volunteer pilot organizations. I did know all flights were immediately grounded that day. No planes in the friendly(?) Sky’s! What happened on this day, changed the world forever.
What I later learned is volunteer pilot organizations were given special permission to help fly medical supplies & personnel, skin grafts, etc. to help victims. They were some of the first planes back in the air.
We will never forget those who lost their lives that day and those who stepped up to help!
Thank you to all first responder's!
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