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From March 4 to March 10 2013, over 2,100 volunteers across four continents – Africa, Asia, America, and Europe – introduced more than 17,000 girls and women to the opportunities available in the air and space industry as part of the Women Of Aviation Worldwide Week celebration, held annually during the week of March 8, ...read more...
On the afternoon of May 14th, 2012, as the ice was loosening its grip on the float homes in the bay, Yellowknife, the world’s Most Female Pilot Friendly aviation community in 2012, held a ceremony to celebrate its multiple awards. In the arrival area of the airport terminal, members of the community, representatives of the ...read more...
Our summary video for the 2012 Women Of Aviation Worldwide Week is published. Thanks to the kindness of the Pink Floyd group and more particularly, David Gilmour and Nick Mason, we receive the authorization to present the highlights of the week to the song of the fantastic “Learning to fly” song. The video covers the ...read more...
Pilots from 7 countries piloted ultra lights, homebuilts, single and multi-engine airplanes, as well as helicopters to introduce a total of 1,104 girls and women to the joys of flying during the second annual Women Of Aviation Worldwide Week held from March 5 to 11, 2012 – a 40% increase of flights over the preceding ...read more...
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“Great to meet you yesterday, & thank you so much for organizing such an awesome event! I’ve always been nervous about flying, yet yesterday was so fun & exciting.” — Karen, Renton, WA, USA
“Great to meet you yesterday, & thank you so much for organizing such an awesome event! I’ve always been nervous about flying, yet yesterday was so fun & exciting.”