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What is Project Airtime?
Project Airtime is a Nevada 501(c)(3) non-profit based in Draper, Utah. We take EVERYONE flying. When we say EVERYONE, we mean it. No exclusions. From special needs individuals to those with brain and spinal cord injuries. Individuals with illness, as well as the elderly and veterans. Our co-pilots have one thing in common, they want to fly!
How Do I Go Flying?
Submit the co-pilot form and Chris will contact you to work out your Project Airtime flight details. You'll go over travel and lodging logistics, as well as any flying specifics. If you have a question about flying, he has the answer. Flying normally takes place at Point of the Mountain, Utah, but can be arranged in other locations as well.
How Can I Help Out?
We're always looking for people or organizations that are willing to volunteer time/skill or become a sponsor. If you have a skill that you think would be of service to the team, please fill out our form below, or shoot us an email and we'll be in touch. We're currently looking for people with expertise in partnerships, promotions and fundraising, though all support is welcome.
Sponsors + Supporters
Project Airtime has many great supporters. It's nearly impossible to thank every single contributor but you know who you are. From those that "like" and share our videos, to the foundations that fund our efforts, every supporter counts. You are Project Airtime! This is your organization and we will do everything we can to make you proud of it.
The Gubelman Foundation
Crystal, Madison and Cameron Lee
Luanne Plot Hording
The Fabric of America Fund
Mark and Bo Rich
Jason and Latisha Joseph
Blake and Olivia Pelton
The Community Foundation of Utah
Foundation for Free Flight
Grant and Shawna Korgan
Tom and Patricia Hampton
Chris Santacroce is a 42-year-old father of two who resides in Draper, Utah. He is from Colorado but has spent the last 25 years in Utah and now calls it his home. He has been a full-time paragliding professional since 1992 and spent 13 of those years as a Red Bull athlete traveling the world to showcase free flying sports in general. He flies everything from airplanes to powered and unpowered hang gliders – paragliders, paramotors and has hundreds of sky dives and BASE jumps.
In 2000-something Chris suffered a life altering spinal cord injury which resulted in him spending some time in a wheelchair. As good fortune would have it, he made a 120% recovery but was left with a different view of the world and an improved view of life.
He went from a wholehearted "look at me and look what I can do" sort of attitude to a world where the only question was, "What can I do for you?"
Chris answered that question by devoting his life to taking everyone flying, with no exception.
Project Airtime was born and now it is his life's focus.