Features

October 2015 Issue

Public Benefit Flying Safety

Real and self-imposed pressure to complete a mission of compassion can mean weíll try to cut corners or cheat weather. Thatís never a good idea.

Donating your time, skill and aircraft (rented or owned) as a volunteer pilot supporting a public benefit organization can be the most rewarding flying you ever do. Whether itís medical transport (by far the largest segment), environmental and conservation support, search and rescue, emergency response, pet transport or one of the many other types of public benefit flying, you can help others doing something you love while clearly demonstrating the value and capabilities of general aviation.

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