ABOUT AMA CHARTERED CLUBS

In the mid-1960s, AMA established a program that gave local AMA members the opportunity to join together as a group, enjoy camaraderie, exchange modeling tips and tricks, and secure use of flying sites. This was structured under the concept of organized groups, which are identified as AMA Chartered Clubs. Today AMA charters nearly 2,400 clubs throughout the United States.

AMA offers a variety of programs and benefits to chartered clubs such as flying site assistance and disaster relief grants, media recognition rewards, and liability coverage for officers and flying site owners to name just a few.

 

AIRSPACE MAP PROVIDED BY AIRMAP

With the AirMap web, iOS, and Android apps, AMA pilots can:

  • Locate an AMA club flying field.
  • View airspace rules tailored to the context of their missions.
  • Plan and manage flights, including future flights.