Air Care Alliance, a product of the Air Med 90, the first national conference of public benefit flying organizations, is one of those volunteer services that accept patient air medical transport. They have listings of various contact groups all over United States that will aid in transferring a medical patient to any place needed. They are composed of volunteer pilots who not only assist in medical transport, but in other transportation areas as well, such as search and rescue operations, emergency preparedness, international work and environmental flying.
Another important company offering free medical transport is AirLifeLine, which offers free air transportation for patients that are unable to pay otherwise. AirLifeLine is an organization of volunteer pilots and drivers all over United States who transport medically stable, ambulatory patients between home and medical institutions. Their volunteer pilots give free flights to those who qualify to their requirements such as ambulatory and mobility of requesting patient, medical stability and ability of the patient to fly in an unpressurized plane, extreme financial incapability of the patient and the unavailability of other transportation resources.
Miracle Flights, another free medical transportation organization specially catering to kids, is a non-profit and charitable facility. It was founded in 1985, and is dedicated to transporting very sick children with grave financial obstacles who need medical attention. They are affiliated with volunteer pilots, commercial airlines and specific sponsors who finance their cause to aid in medical transportation.