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Thomas Pesquet becomes Aviation Sans Frontières' sponsor
Published on 09/20/2019 Events
Thomas Pesquet, ESA’s French astronaut has decided to commit to the NGO Aviation Sans Frontières by supporting its activities Thomas Pesquet, France’s best-known astronaut, spent 196 days, 17 hours and 49 minutes in space. Former aerospace engineer and airline pilot for Air France, he joined the recruitment campaign of the...
Aircraft mission in Central African Republic
Published on 09/20/2019 Aircraft Missions
Since 2016, our Cessna Grand Caravan F-OJJC has been based in Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic. Our team is composed of Stella, our base chief and two pilots. Everyday, with its air fleet, Aviation Sans Frontières carries medical supplies and humanitarian workers to assist those most in need.    Recently,...
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Published on 12/04/2016 Escorting Sick Children
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Special mission: Aviation Without Borders escorts 9 Madagascan children
Published on 11/16/2015 Escorting Sick Children
Florence, a nurse and a member of the escort team that accompanied the children, tells the story of this incredible mission.   “There were six volunteers, including myself, who were entrusted with the mission of taking three recovered children back to their families in Madagascar and then returning with six other children,...
An emotional adventure
Published on 10/02/2015 Escorting Refugees
Ghilslaine’s account of events: “At Entebbe International Airport, I met the Congolese family of one mother and seven children that I was to escort to Erie (Pennsylvania), as well as two young Eritreans who were going to Dayton (Ohio). All together, we would make the journey to Newark.
The journey to recovery for Do and Sipaseuth, two children from Laos
Published on 06/24/2015 Escorting Sick Children
October 2014: Two ‘blue vests’- volunteer escorts for Aviation Without Borders- arrive in Vientiane to accompany Do and Sipaseuth to Paris. Both children were suffering from heart conditions and were taken into the care of the Patronage Heart Surgery association, our partner in Paris, to undergo operations which would go on to...
International Paris-Le Bourget Air Show
Published on 05/01/2015 Events
51st Airshow at Paris-Le Bourget   Airshow's website The airshow is open to the general public from Friday 19th to Sunday 21st between 8:30am and 6pm.
Guinea: our plane sends support to the Ebola centre in Macenta
Published on 04/24/2015 Aircraft Missions
As we mentioned in January, the runway in Macenta, closed for over 20 years, was forced to reopen. Situated in the Guinea Forest Region, in the south of the country, the town of Macenta was isolated and only accessible via two hours by road from the closest airport. 
Specialised equipment for blind youths in Yaoundé
Published on 02/06/2015 Medical Couriers
Let’s take a step back to the year 2012 when the Prom’handicam Association asked us for contacts and advice for a very special operation. The operation would involve providing a comprehensive workshop for blind people and the head of ‘Medical Couriers’ began to think about the feasibility of Aviation Sans Frontières carrying...
Medical Couriers: providing hundreds of toys for hospitalised or underprivileged children
Published on 01/23/2015 Medical Couriers
Every year, during Christmas period, Medical Couriers is transformed into Father Christmas’ workshop and helps to ship toy parcels to Madagascar and Africa. 
A daily glass of milk for 1000 children
Published on 12/28/2011 Medical Couriers
Aviation Sans Frontières' Medical Supply and Aviation Sans Frontières Midi-Pyrénées have financed and distributed 10 tons of powdered milk thanks to the "Bethanie" orphanage in N'Djamena, Chad. This donation will benefit 1000 undernourished children by a daily glass of milk for a year. Patrick Blelly, President of the Friends...
Give wings to Aviation Sans Frontières
Published on 05/30/2011
Give wings to Aviation Sans Frontières for 50 euros and go on a humanitarian mission with our drivers. To better meet the humanitarian needs of poor and isolated populations, Aviation Sans Frontières must be developed and thus acquire a third Cessna Caravan To secure funding for this unit, Aviation Sans Frontières launched a...
Child escort the 15 000 th
Published on 05/26/2011 Escorting Sick Children
Christevie was suffering from a congenital deformation. She had two club feet and could not run or even walk like other children of her age.  When you are born in a family of five living on one euro a day, is it possible to dream of a happy, smiling future? The reply is no except if you are born under a lucky star... This lucky...
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