Embracing aviation diversity.

Fly For The Culture Magazine showcases the contributions of a diverse, inclusive aviation community.

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Siza Mzimela

South African businesswoman Siza Mzimela made history this past September after the launch of her domestic airline, Fly Blue Crane. She is the first Black woman to …
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Andrea Lewis

Black women are continuing to break down barriers one first at a time. The latest woman representing #BlackGirlMagic is Andrea Lewis, a Delta Airlines flight …
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Jesse Brown and Thomas Hudner; their story is the inspiration behind Fly For the Culture.

Our Inspiration

The inspiration for Fly For The Culture is the friendship of two young men during the Korean War: Jesse Brown and Thomas Hudner. Their story …
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Jared Hodge

Jared Hodge

Forty-year old Jared Hodge dreamed of becoming a pilot since the age of six-years old. Hodge’s parents often took him to airshows at a young …
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Hunter Maxwell poses in the right seat of an aircraft.

Hunter Maxwell

Twenty-five year old Hunter Maxwell is a private pilot, and currently training to be a reserve pilot with the US Air Force. Given that Maxwell’s …
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Xylene DeCoteau

Twenty-one year old Xylene DeCoteau is a Certified Flight Instructor who aspires to be a commercial airline pilot. DeCoteau’s mother, who was a flight attendant, …
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