Corporate aviation tends to take a beating for what some see as unnecessary extravagance, but you can bet many finger-pointers would have a different perspective if they or a loved one were riding on a bizjet that was taking them for cancer treatments they otherwise wouldn’t be able to access. For over 42 years, the Corporate Angel Network has been quietly working in the background to make this happen for as many cancer patients as possible, regardless of their financial status. The CAN story is an important one to tell, and AVweb contributor Larry Anglisano does just that with a sit-down discussion with CAN President and CEO Bob Stangarone and other volunteers who help make it happen.

Larry Anglisano
Larry Anglisano is a regular AVweb contributor and the Editor in Chief of sister publication Aviation Consumer magazine. He's an active land, sea and glider pilot, and has over 30 years experience as an avionics tech.


  1. This noble cause doesn’t fit the narrative of those denigrating private aviation, so you rarely hear about it at other than a local level.

  2. Ah, the all important Political Narrative strikes once again; this time by ignoring better things.

  3. Did I log in to Flight Aware by mistake? The comments on this website are starting to look that way.