Australian women have taken to the skies in a spectacular fashion this week with the launch of Women Of Aviation week across the country. Women from all ages have already taken advantage of the heavily discounted trial instructional flights, simulator sessions and free discovery flights being offered this week across the 12 different events throughout the country.
An historical timeline for Women of Aviation Worldwide Week, March 2-8, 2015, prepared by Barbara Ganson, Ph.D., President, American IWOAW Committee, and Associate Professor of History, Florida Atlantic University. U.S. women aviators have been flying since 1910, but progress towards achieving equality in the air for American women military aviators only came about gradually during
Née en 1983 à Arles, originaire du Vaucluse, j’ai suivi ma scolarité à Apt avant d’intégrer en classe de 2nde l’Ecole des Pupilles de l’Air de Grenoble avec pour objectif de devenir pilote d’hélicoptère. C’est à cette période que je fais mes premiers pas dans l’aéronautique en obtenant à l’âge de 16 ans le brevet
A career within the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) offers many opportunities for women to undertake various roles such as Pilot, Engineer, Logistics, Administration, Security, Education, Air Traffic Control, Doctor and other allied health roles. All roles within Air Force are open to women with equal pay and equal opportunities. In January 2014, women represented
Australian IWOAW Committee’s President, Tammy Augostin, has been hard at work over the last 8 months, not only does she work as a commercial pilot and volunteers on the Australian IWOAW committee, but in her ‘spare time’ she has been writing a booklet to assist females with locating information on aviation careers and hobbies. “It all started