Member Application | Pre-qualification

Volunteer Pilots Needed

Follow these steps to submit your LifeLine Pilots volunteer pilot application.

  1. Find electronic copies of these documents:
    • Headshot for badge photo
    • Legal photo ID (driver’s license)
    • Proof of aircraft insurance (declaration or certificate page)
    • Pilot’s certificate
    • Proof of PIC hours (take a picture of your flight log)
    • Copy of most recent flight review
    • Medical certificate or completed basic med form (all pages)
  2. Complete the AOPA course and save the completion certificate.
  3. Complete the LifeLine Pilots Volunteer Pilot Application below.


LifeLine Pilots serves Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, Tennessee, and Wisconsin. If you live or fly in these areas, we encourage you to join. For opportunities in other areas visit Air Care Alliance
We require a minimum of 250 hours as PIC in order to become a LifeLine Pilots Command Pilot. However, we encourage you to click here to volunteer in other ways to help LifeLine Pilots. If you have any questions, please contact missions@lifelinepilots.org or 800-822-7972.
We require a minimum of 250 hours as PIC in order to become a LifeLine Pilots Command Pilot. However, we encourage you to click here to volunteer in other ways to help LifeLine Pilots. If you have any questions, please contact missions@lifelinepilots.org or 800-822-7972.
We require a minimum of 250 hours as PIC in order to become a LifeLine Pilots Command Pilot. However, we encourage you to click here to volunteer in other ways to help LifeLine Pilots. If you have any questions, please contact missions@lifelinepilots.org or 800-822-7972.


Many of our Command Pilots rent aircraft, or have access to an aircraft through a friend.


We require a minimum age of 25 in order to become a LifeLine Pilots Command Pilot. However, we encourage you to click here to volunteer in other ways to help LifeLine Pilots. If you have any questions, please contact missions@lifelinepilots.org or 800-822-7972.