In Lone Mountain’s decade of existence, we have watched a countless number of pilots’ personal and business-lives thrive due to aircraft ownership. But perhaps one of the most inspiring aspects of ownership is when a pilot is able to use his or her aircraft for the good of someone else. Whether it’s a call from a friend in the middle of the night with a family emergency, or partnering with a nonprofit to fly a sick child to a surgery, aircraft owners today have a countless number of ways they can use their aircraft for a greater purpose.

That’s why, in celebration of our 10th anniversary this October, we are launching a Flying for Good initiative that challenges pilots to use their aircraft to benefit someone else throughout our anniversary year.

Beginning this October and ending in October of 2019, the Flying for Good initiative is the manifestation of LMA’s desire to use our assets – planes, pilots and aircraft expertise – to benefit others. Our team is kicking off the celebration by committing to fly 10 missions in the month of October.

And we want you to join us.

For the first 10 friends of Lone Mountain to complete a Flying for Good mission with a charitable organization, we will donate $1,000 to that organization.

Some organizations that qualify for the LMA Flying for Good donation include, but are not limited to: Angel Flight, Veterans Airlift Command, Honor Flight, Pilots N Paws and Wings of Hope. These organizations facilitate domestic and global transport for hospital visits, special needs opportunities, humanitarian aid, and animal rescue, among other causes.

Register to be a part of the movement at

We will be updating this page with stories of LMA clients and friends who are Flying for Good throughout the year. You can also find a full list of approved organizations and descriptions here.

It would be an honor to have you join us in our celebration of our 10th anniversary year by Flying For Good.

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