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A few months ago, women pilots in the U.S. made headlines. “The number of women pilots has significantly increased over the last decade,” claimed the headlines. After noticing that the great increase in the number of women pilots was driven by a change in the length of validity of student pilot certificates, I contacted the ...read more...
“What fantastic days – you should read some of the quotes they have. They just didn’t know girls can fly,” remarks Dianne Stanger of Port Lavaca, TX, United States, who single handedly introduced 98 girls and women involved in local non-profit organizations to the joys of flying during the first annual Women Of Aviation Worldwide ...read more...
To celebrate Women of Aviation Worldwide Week, Am I High Aviation is planning a day of free movies and flying. On March 13, tasting flight will cost just $20 at Stevens Point Municipal Airport. What a deal! Will that event qualify Am I High Aviation as a certified women-pilot-friendly flight school? I think so. Learn ...read more...
Statistics show that women represent approximately 11% of the student pilot population but only 6% of the licensed pilot population. These statistics seemed to point to a problem when women arrive at the flight training facility. To help remedy this issue, we have decided to identify women-friendly flight training facilities and make the list available ...read more...
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“I had a great time. Dick, our pilot, was great. I so appreciate the opportunity. I flew that day with my mother 70yrs myself 49 yrs and my 12yr old daughter. What a treat. Thank you!” — Cynthia, Stanwood, WA, USA
“I had a great time. Dick, our pilot, was great. I so appreciate the opportunity. I flew that day with my mother 70yrs myself 49 yrs and my 12yr old daughter. What a treat. Thank you!”