Travel workers who have slotxo helped to look after NHS staff during the pandemic said it had been "a much-needed light" during dark times for their industry.
Project Wingman has seen furloughed and former cabin crew and pilots running first-class lounges in hospitals.
They have allowed staff to eat, drink and relax in peace during the most difficult period of their careers.
Air hostess Evie Azzopardi, who runs a suite at Walsall Manor Hospital, said it had been "a rollercoaster".
"We've had some laughs but also lots of tears," the 22-year-old said.
"It's hard to explain what it's like being with people who've experienced the worst of the pandemic and seen the real depths of it."
Project Wingman has operated from 100 airport-style lounges across the UK, run by a team of 6,000 volunteers, with all of the refreshments on offer donated by shops and supermarkets.
Some have closed as redundant or former aviation workers sought paid work and others are now being run by hospital charities. Some, such as Walsall's, remain open.