Location: Arthur Dunnn Airport, Titusville, Florida, USA (map)
Come and join us to celebrate 50 years of women in space!
Girls and women are invited for a free discovery flight in support of Women of Aviation Worldwide Week on the Florida Space Coast near Kennedy Space Center.
Flights start at 9:00 AM.
American Airlines 757 Captain Kimberly Lowe will be our official photographer and take pictures of women and girls who fly that day.
Meet and greet with NASA women astronauts, scientists, engineers, and aviators at 10:00 AM.
At 6:30 pm, enjoy a special banquet with music from the 1940s through the 1960s. Preference for period costumes (poodle skirts for women and geeky NASA 1960s look for men). Our keynote speaker will be NASA Kennedy Space Center Deputy Director Janet Petro, a military helicopter pilot and West Point graduate.
Let the fun begin!
Flight availability is limited. Scroll down to complete the flight reservation form today!
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE REGISTERING TO FLY
- Only register eligible girls and women (no previous small aircraft flight; previous airline flights OK).
- Each registrant must have a unique email address.
- Flights might not leave on time or may be cancelled/postponed due to weather.
This event is made possible by these pro-women sponsors:
If after your first flight, you decide learning to fly is something that you want to do, check out the “First-to-Solo” Challenge.
Your first small aircraft flight. Watch the video.
115 signed up so far. Limit: 200.
Event date is past