The Air Ambulance Service

Our lifesaving missions are funded by your generous donations. We do not receive any government funding.

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Your Local Air Ambulance

We fly two local air ambulance services while serving a total of five counties. We operate Warwickshire & Northamptonshire Air Ambulance (WNAA), and Derbyshire, Leicestershire & Rutland Air Ambulance (DLRAA).

Children’s Air Ambulance

Children’s Air Ambulance is our national service, flying critically ill babies and children from one hospital to another for specialist care. We are the first and only dedicated neonatal and paediatric helicopter emergency transfer service in the UK.

Our Vision

We want children to grow into adults, we want adults to live longer and we want bereavement through trauma to become rare.

2019 Mission stats

  • 2606Combined Missions 2019
  • 107Patient Transfers
  • 47,807Miles by Critical Care Cars
  • £3500TCAA Avg Mission Cost
  • 16WN/DLR Counties Attended
  • 418hWN/DLR Time Flown

Our lifesaving missions are funded by your generous donations. We do not receive any government funding.

What's Going On

Thank you

Tansley Ladies Group

Raised £1,580 over the last year after members of the group voted on two charities to support. Fundraising challenges included coffee mornings, a sponsored run and quiz nights.

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Ashbourne Ex-Servicemen’s Club

£2299.74 raised when they embarked on a series of activities during the August Bank Holiday, so thank you to everyone for their fantastic support and amazing prizes.

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Old Kings Head in Belper

Supported us with their annual Bank Holiday Duck Race and raised £343.30, which was presented to us by Bev and Mike Boxall.

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Tony Williams and Trouw Nutrition raised £2,392.50

Funds raised by a walk completed by Stuart Astbury, Neil & Oliver Fern, Rob & Andrea Godfrey, Andrew & Sallyanne Ings, Richard Allen, Linda Williams, Nigel Dixon & Tony Williams.

I decided to Volunteer with TAAS as no-one ever knows when they might need their help. They get no funding from government and this influenced me also. I work from 9am until 4pm every Friday and I love it. I started in the donations area and now work on the till which I love to do. Rita, Alfreton Superstore