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Lindsay Kitson wins the 2013 First-to-Solo Challenge
During the 2013 Women Of Aviation Worldwide Week - March 4 to 10 2013 - that attracted more than 17,000 girls and women to air and space facilities across four continents, pilots flew balloons, ultra-lights, airplanes, seaplanes, and helicopters to introduce 5,316 girls and women to the magic of flight in a small aircraft with the hope to spark many vocations.
More than 77% of the girls and...
Aviation records fall during the 3rd annual Women Of Aviation Worldwide Week
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, anniversary date of the first female pilot license worldwide.
Over 17,000 girls and women discover aviation during Women Of Aviation Worldwide Week Over 17,000 girls and women discover opportunities in the air and space
industry at more than 70 events on four continents during the 3rd annual
Women Of Aviation Worldwide Week and 5,300 of them take flight in
a small aircraft for the first time.
From March 4 to March 10 2013, people across four continents - Africa, Asia, America, and Europe - celebrated the 3rd annual Women Of Aviati...
Girls across 4 continents come together to interact with 3 amazing women of space On March 9 2013, a retired Air Force test pilot and NASA astronaut, a NASA scientist, and a MDA space engineer will answer questions that girls and women who registered to go on their first flight asked.
At events or at home, girls and women will have a chance to view the presentations live streamed on the internet from Frederick, MD, USA and Ottawa, ON, Canada.
The day of inspiring life cho...
Dreamliner grounding allows India to soar When things don't go your way and you get grounded, what do you do? Do you sit around and feel sorry for yourself or do you look for a different way to soar?
Dreamliner pilot, Nivedita Bhasin, was grounded a few weeks ago when the airplane experienced technical issues. That led her to devise a plan to soar even higher that the airplane can fly and take her entire community along with her. Read ...
“I just wanted to say a huge “THANK YOU” for taking my friend and my daughter up on Saturday. I had a great experience! It was very peaceful and breath taking. I can see how easy it could be to be addicted to flying. Thank you for that experience.” — Cindy & Jordyn, Oshawa, ON, CANADA