Children's Wales Air AmbulanceIt is our aim to serve the whole of Wales, including Wales' youngest patients. The Children's Wales Air Ambulance is a specialist division of our charity, providing the expert care and transport required for paediatric and neonatal patients. Our fourth helicopter makes us the largest air ambulance in the UK and is used for providing a range of treatments for paediatric patients. We help around 400 children and babies a year, either on emergency 999 missions or by using our dedicated transfer helicopter. CWAA Home What we do About Missions Patient stories Kit on board Meet the CWAA crew How to help Get involved Children's Resources Donate now Lottery CWAA Lottery Results Join now Who we are Our team Meet the Crew Alan Petch 1. How long have you worked with Wales Air Ambulance? - I joined the Children's Wales Air Ambulance in March 2018. - 2. Have you always wanted to be a pilot? - I decided I wanted to be a pilot when I was eight years old, in primary school. -- 3. What does it mean to you to fly for WAA? - I am proud to play a part in supporting the EMRTS 'Welsh Flying Medics' in their work to help people across Wales and the wider UK.