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
Voting the 2010 ‘Most Unusual Introductory Flight” is open to public. Your opinion counts. Vote for your favorite introductory flight. To vote, visit the Centennial of Women Pilots’ website. Hurry, the poll close on Jan 13 at 6 PM, Pacific Time. Results will be announced on Jan 14 2011.
Help us celebrate the Women of Aviation Worldwide Week. Volunteer to help at an event, commit to speak to a group of girls or women about your job, organize a “day at the office” for local girls and women, bring a reporter to work, write about your involvement in aviation, etc… There are so many
Announcing the Women of Aviation Worldwide Week photo contest. Send us your best photographs of the Women of Aviation and you could win an award. There are two photo categories in the contest: photos of girls and women already involved in aviation (pilots, air traffic controllers, aircraft mechanics, engineers, etc…) and photos of girls and