On an international level, Aviation Sans Frontières accompanies hundreds of children in need of emergency health care to Europe each year in order to undergo operations. Aviation Sans Frontières also delivers basic necessities to the most disadvantaged populations and accompanies those who have been granted asylum to their new host country.

Aviation Sans Frontières, humanitarian wings

Recognized as a public utility, it is the first non-governmental organization to hold a European Air Carrier Certificate (CTA). It is a partner of the United Nations Economic and Social Council and the General Directorate for Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection of the European Commission.

Aircraft Missions

Transporting medical personnel, humanitarian aid and ensuring sanitary evacuations from isolated regions.

Escorting sick children

Escorting children in need of emergency treatment undergo vital operations in Europe.

Medical couriers

Sending packages containing medicine or medical equipment to thousands of people all over the world. 

Escorting refugees

Escorting those forced to flee danger in their own country to their new host country.

Humanitarian freight

Distributing large amounts of basic necessities to support associations all over the world.

Missions in France

Offering discovery tours to handicapped persons and spreading the word of careers in aviation to teenagers. 

1 841

flight hours with its own aircraft

1 026

caring for sick children

8 431

packages shipped to more than 20 countries

4 431

accompanied refugees to a new life


tons transported

1 274

disabled people welcomed in 12 partner flying clubs

1 109

teenagers aware of careers in the aeronautics industry


volunteers for more than 1,000 partner associations of Aviation Sans Frontières