The Flying Musicians Association (FMA), founded in 2009, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization (EIN #80-0433326) for pilots who are also musicians that welcomes all proficiency levels and musical genres. It’s the passion for aviation and music that counts! The skills required to play an instrument and fly an aircraft have marked similarities, from precision and multitasking to listening and fine motor skills. By educating others about these common attributes, we hope to further interest in both flying and music. We strive to share our passions in order to inspire, educate, encourage, and assist others by creating enthusiasm and promoting personal growth through presentations, performances, networking, and scholarships. For more visit the FMA Flight Plan.
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Orange County Fly-In, Cookout, & Jam Session
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Jump on the FMA bandwagon. Support the Flying Musicians Association through membership, sponsorship, performances, and donations. FMA truly has made a difference in both the aviation and music communities. The FMA Solo program has brought in over two hundred student musicians into the FMA network while awarding fourteen learn to fly scholarships. Why wait? Jump on the FMA bandwagon and let's make a difference together. Click on the logo at the right to view those who support us. Please support them: BOSE – Hartzell Propeller – Sporty’s Pilot Shop – Gleim Aviation – Seaplane Pilots Association – Foreflight - Flying Eyes Optics – Honda – AOPA - MyGoflight – AviNation…
Jump on the FMA BandwagonTo become a corporate member visit here.To discuss sponsorship opportunities, contact John. “Flying and music are my two passions in life and the flying musicians have put both of those together for a great cause. I believe educating the next generation is so important for music…
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