Why Not Me?

Why Not Me?

“My goal is to show kids who look like me that they can fly too,” writes Fly For The Culture founder Courtland Savage in a recent article for the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX) Experience Magazine. He emphasizes just how central representation is in helping young people see that aviation careers are options for everyone…

Fox — NC Non-Profit Promotes Diversity in Aviation Industry

Fox — NC Non-Profit Promotes Diversity in Aviation Industry

Fly For The Culture founder Courtland Savage met with Fox news for a local segment on the non-profit’s role in promoting diversity in aviation. They were joined by Benjamin Teasley, a recent high school graduate who is now learning to fly after discovering aviation careers during the American Airlines Facilities Tour earlier this year. Read…

RMWorld Travel Intreview

RMWorld Travel Intreview

Courtland Savage sat down with RMWorldTravel with Robert & Mary Carey and Rudy Maxa to chat about Fly For The Culture’s mission to promote diversity in aviation. Topics include his inspiration for starting Fly For The Culture, the scholarship effort, and the excitement that comes from showing kids the magic of flight! Hear the full interview…

Ebony 2020 Power 100 List

Ebony 2020 Power 100 List

Fly For The Culture Founder & CEO Courtland Savage made the 2020 Ebony Power 100 List today, which features inspirational leaders of color in business, art, education, culture and a variety of other domains. It showcases leaders on the national stage as well as leaders working at the local level, and features Savage as a “Community Crusader”…

Black Aviators Encourage Students to Reach for the Skies

Black Aviators Encourage Students to Reach for the Skies

Performing Stars is a non-profit which helps underserved kids achieve their potential. Fly For The Culture had the opportunity to serve alongside other passionate black aviators during a recent event at Lucasfilm, where aspiring pilots learned about the Tuskegee Airmen. “We’re promoting diversity and inclusion in the aviation community,” says Fly For The Culture founder…