Miracle Flights experienced an increase in families served during December 2016, coordinating a record 710 Miracle Flights, almost 100 more trips than reported in December 2015, the company said.
Operating both domestically and internationally, patients were flown from 35 states and five different countries, including Trinidad and Tobago, and the United Kingdom, and 81 flights from California, 70 from Texas, and 65 from Colorado.
For over 30 years, Miracle Flights has been helping patients with rare and life-threatening medical conditions gain access to distant medical care. To-date, they have coordinated 105,470 flights and covered over 59 million miles. Flights are provided at no cost to the family and can be arranged as many times as necessary.
Miracle Flights is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides free medical air transportation via commercial airlines throughout the United States.