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Professional Women Controllers promotes ATC career

Article | Mar 15, 2013

The Professional Women Controllers Inc. (PWC) used the Women in Aviation International convention March 14 through 16 as a platform to push its mission: create environments and opportunities to grow the female air traffic controller population.

A GA ‘hike’ across America celebrates women in aviation

Article | Mar 06, 2013

A Florida woman has landed in dozens of states and counting, relying on the kindness of general aviation pilots who are not strangers for long. Amber Nolan aims to add herself to the growing ranks of women in aviation.

Sporty's Foundation awards GA grants

Article | Feb 13, 2013

The Sporty's Foundation gave out $131,542 in grants in 2012, all designed to promote the interests of the next generation of general aviation. Spokesman Mark Wiesenhahn said that the foundation receives "dozens" of requests each year, and each is given careful consideration.

Oshkosh briefs

Article | Jun 28, 2012

Flying High Coffee fuels all of AirVenture If the air traffic controllers, volunteers, exhibitors, and staff working EAA AirVenture seemed bright-eyed, they might have Flying High Coffee to thank. The company has provided free coffee all week to everyone working the show, as well as free samples to AirVenture attendees.

Women airport supporters meet in Dallas

Advocacy | Mar 14, 2012

A first-ever meeting of women members of the AOPA Airport Support Network, participants shared their experience organizing their local airport supporters, rallying airports' neighbors to the cause, and educating their communities about the economic and local public service contributions made by airports and general aviation.

EAA works to boost female aviators

Article | Mar 12, 2012

EAA's Young Eagles program will celebrate 20 years this year, said EAA President Rod Hightower. The program has flown 1.6 million young people between the ages of 8 and 17 since its inception, and 30 percent of those have been females.

Attracting talented workforce will be aviation's challenge

Article | Mar 12, 2012

Over the next 20 years, the aviation industry will need more than 1 million pilots and aircraft technicians to fly and maintain the aircraft needed to support commercial air travel growth, a Boeing representative said March 10 at the International Women in Aviation conference in Dallas.

Flight training management program debuts at WAI

Article | Mar 12, 2012

MyFlightTrain, a flight training management package, was unveiled at the twenty-third annual Women in Aviation International conference in Dallas. Developed by Flying Software Labs, the system features paperless tracking for Part 61 and 141 schools as well as billing, scheduling, flight logs, and training logs.

Arizona student pilot receives AOPA training scholarship

Article | Mar 09, 2012

Maricopa, Ariz., student pilot Theresa Farley returned to flight training after a years-long hiatus and soloed--again--on Feb. 6, realizing all at once the thrill of what she's been working so hard to accomplish.