PILOT QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
Airlift Hope of America volunteer pilots must meet the following qualifications:
- Provide proof they are properly licensed and certified by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and provide a current medical certificate
- Agree to abide by all applicable Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs)
- Own or have access to an airplane
- Agree the aircraft they will use is airworthy, as defined by the FARs
- Have logged a minimum of 500 hours of flight time as pilot in command
- Have logged a minimum of 50 hours as pilot in command in type of aircraft used to fly Airlift Hope of America missions.
- Provide proof of insurance (liability of at least $1,000,000)
- Provide information regarding any accident or FAA enforcement history
- Be instrument rated.
- To the extent necessary to complete their flights, volunteer pilots for any Air Charity Network member may identify themselves to aviation officials and disaster relief agencies using the call sign “ANGEL FLIGHT” when flying flights into or out of any and all of the 50 states.