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Out of solidarity, Aviation Sans Frontières meets the needs of humanitarian players all around the word.

In collaboration with the European Space Agency, we are giving voice to all those who act out of solidarity.

What about you? What are you doing out of solidarity?

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With the backing of Thomas Pesquet, the French astronaut working with the European Space Agency (ESA), Aviation Sans Frontières and the ESA are giving voice to actions of solidarity.

ESA’s French astronaut, Thomas Pesquet, has decided to commit to the NGO Aviation Sans Frontières by supporting its activities and participating in a communication campaign promoting solidarity actions.
The campaign, conceived and managed by the BRIGHTLY consulting office, aims to give voice to solidarity actors to promote their actions while raising awareness of the general public to the new challenges of mutual aid.
All the evidence shows that solidarity can come in different forms and that it is potentially accessible to all.
The campaign is officially launched with the announcement of the sponsorship of Thomas Pesquet and will continue over time through different devices to include all those who wish to promote the values ​​of solidarity.

Solidary testimonies

Committed citizens, people who demonstrate solidarity every day, famous and less famous people tell us their stories of solidarity.
You can also tell us your story by sharing your video using the hashtag #parsolidarite.

Discover Aviation Sans Frontières

Since 1980, Aviation Sans Frontières has placed the resources and skills of the aviation world at the service of humanitarian actions, either through the missions that it carries by mobilising the aviation network, operations conducted using its own fleet or actions implemented in collaboration with flying clubs in France. Aviation Sans Frontières is the only French aviation NGO.
It has been recognised as a public utility and provides crucial logistics support to thousands of humanitarian players by ensuring the transportation of emergency aid and persons worldwide. Thanks to the 800 volunteers who work for it, each day, Aviation Sans Frontières responds to dozens of humanitarian requests.

Discover all our actions of our website.

You too can perform an action of solidarity, by helping us carry out our humanitarian missions.

The European Space Agency (ESA)

ESA is Europe’s gateway to space. ESA is an intergovernmental organization created in 1975, whose mission is to work towards the development of Europe’s space capabilities by ensuring that investments in the space sector benefit European citizens as well as citizens worldwide.

ESA has twenty-two Member States: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Spain, Ireland and the United Kingdom. Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, the Czech Republic, Romania, the United Kingdom, Sweden and Switzerland. Twenty of them are Member States of the European Union.

ESA formally cooperates with seven other EU Member States. Canada also participates in some ESA programs under a cooperation agreement.

By coordinating the financial and intellectual resources of its members, ESA can undertake programs and activities that go far beyond what each individual country could achieve. In particular, it cooperates with the EU in the implementation of the Galileo and Copernicus programs.

ESA develops launchers, satellites and ground assets that enable Europe to play a leading role in the global space scene.
Today, ESA develops and places Earth observation, navigation, telecommunication and astronomy satellites in orbit, sends probes to the confines of the Solar System and participates in human space exploration.

The European Space Agency (ESA) and ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet do not receive financial compensation for this sponsorship.

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By donating to Aviation Sans Frontières, you’ll be offering our teams the means to act, day after day, to help people suffering in France and abroad.
In 2018, thanks to the support of our donors, we were able to accompany 620 children to recovery and deliver more than 8,400 medical aid packages worldwide. With our two planes, our pilots flew more than 1,800 hours to help humanitarian aid workers serving the most vulnerable populations.

You too can give wings to our actions.

If you are liable to tax, you can deduct 66% of your contribution from your income tax, up to a limit of 20% of your taxable income.

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