When On-Time Delivery Is A Matter of Life or Death

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The MNX Way

  • An organ-donating patient passes  away in North Carolina. In Colorado, a patient waits for a lifesaving  transplant.
  • The organ is viable for only a short  time and must make a nearly 2,000  mile journey in the middle of the night, when few scheduled flights are  available.
  • An air charter is the most reliable way to deliver the organ on time. The MNX Air Charter Team sources and positions the right aircraft to North  Carolina.
  • MNX informs the transplant team of  delivery status every step of the way.  The organ arrives safely on time—and the transplant is successful.


In North Carolina, a patient passes away but leaves something special behind: the gift of life. As an organ donor, this patient could bring hope to someone waiting desperately for a miracle. But the donated organ is viable for only a short time, and the clock is ticking.

The patient’s donor status is part of a database accessible to a vast network of organ procurement organizations. One in Colorado quickly matches the donated organ to a local patient waiting for a transplant.

The opportunity is here—and so is the challenge: the organ-donating patient passed away in the middle of the night when there are few scheduled flights.

How can the organ travel nearly 2,000 miles overnight and make it to Colorado in time—while a life hangs in the balance?