Angel Flight South Central to Relocate


Angel Flight South Central (AFSC) announces today that it will be relocating its corporate headquarters to Ambassador Jet Center at Dallas Executive Airport.

“With more than 1,000 volunteer pilots in Texas and the surrounding states – nearly 300 of them residents of the Dallas/Fort Worth area – Angel Flight South Central has been looking for a new home on a friendly, easily accessible airport. Dallas Executive Airport provides a great venue for us. It’s centrally located to the primary region we serve (Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana), provides great accessibility for our pilots and their passengers, and is extremely friendly to General Aviation pilots,” says Tim Dammon, President and CEO of AFSC.

For nearly thirty years, Angel Flight South Central has been headquartered near Addison Airport north of Dallas, but changes in airspace, airport space availability and costs, and transportation patterns for the people served by the nonprofit organization prompted the move to the southern edge of the D-FW area. “Many of our volunteer pilots are transporting patients from across the region to Houston’s MD Anderson and Dallas’ Baylor Hospital. Dallas Executive Airport’s location makes it a great ‘hub’ for the pilots and the passengers. In addition, the airport is extremely friendly to General Aviation.” states Russell Ginn, the organization’s chairman.

Recently, the Commemorative Air Force (CAF) announced plans to establish a new National Airbase on Dallas Executive Airport, relocating its fleet of historic military aircraft and developing a $40 million visitor’s facility and museum. Stephan C. Brown, President and CEO of the CAF commented, “We are glad to hear we’re going to be neighbors of Angel Flight at Dallas Executive Airport. Their willingness to use their love for flying and all things aviation in order to benefit the broader community parallels our own.”

“This news affirms the great things that are happening at Dallas Executive Airport,” Mayor Mike Rawlings said. “In addition to serving Dallas area residents who need free transportation for medical and humanitarian purposes, Angel Flight’s volunteer pilots help a large number of patients gain access to local hospitals like Baylor and Children’s Medical Center. This relocation of a long-time Dallas area nonprofit organization with hundreds of volunteers is fantastic news for our GrowSouth initiative and southern Dallas.”

Angel Flight will occupy their new headquarters in facilities managed by Ambassador Jet Center, and Ambassador owner George Moussa says, “We are thrilled to be hosting Angel Flight. They are a great organization whose volunteer pilots help solve transportation for people with real medical needs. These pilots have found a great way to use their skills and resources and give back to the community. It demonstrates the very best aspects of the aviation world.”

Angel Flight South Central is a 501c3 non-profit whose mission is to provide free air transportation for people in need of medical treatment not available to them locally and for other humanitarian purposes. The volunteer pilots of Angel Flight receive no compensation for their efforts and provide their own aircraft and fuel all at no cost to any passenger. Since it’s inception in 1991, Angel Flight South Central has arranged nearly 60,000 flights on behalf of people in need, and our volunteer pilots have provided nearly $40 million of their own flight costs in direct benefit to people in need. For more information visit or contact Tim Dammon at