Women in Aviation International
Article | Jan 08, 2014
During the week of March 3 through 9, airports and pilots will introduce girls and women to aviation through free flights, aviation activities, and more.
Pilot Magazine | Dec 23, 2013
America may be the land of the rugged individualist, but there are times when it’s best not to go it alone. That goes for organizations as well as people.
Article | Nov 07, 2013
Volunteers based at New Bedford Regional Airport hope a new aviation-themed playground will inspire children.
Article | Aug 03, 2013
For such a health-conscious demographic as pilots whose ability to continue their passion or career depends on good health, airshows that target aviators are some of the unhealthiest attractions.
Article | Aug 02, 2013
Clad in pink shirts, more than 300 women cheered Aug. 2 at EAA AirVenture as they learned that they—members of Women in Aviation, International—were being honored with the National Aviation Hall of Fame’s 2013 Milton Caniff “Spirit of Flight” Award.
Article | Jun 25, 2013
Jennifer Guetterman will take the trip of a lifetime after winning an AOPA contest to participate in France’s Tour Aérien Des Jeunes Pilotes.
Article | Mar 21, 2013
Scholarship winner Melanie Rivera was present at the International Women in Aviation conference in Nashville, Tenn., to accept her award.AOPA and the AOPA Foundation awarded two scholarships each worth $3,000 to student pilots March 16 during the annual International Women in Aviation conference in Nashville, Tenn. Melanie Leigh Rivera and Angela “Bambi” Shorey were chosen out of 24 applicants to receive the scholarships that will be used toward future flight training.
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Article | Mar 19, 2013
Conference attendees by Paula Grubb.jpg: A record number of attendees participated in the twenty-fourth annual International Women in Aviation conference. Photo by Paula Grubb.Attendance at the twenty-fourth annual International Women in Aviation conference in Nashville, Tenn., March 14 through 16 reached a new record, with 3,375 registrants representing all segments of the aviation community.
Article | Mar 15, 2013
Pilot Chelsea Welch realized an interesting problem back when she was in flight training in 2006: There were no aviation watches on the market specifically for women.
Article | Mar 15, 2013
Entries for the 2013 Air Race Classic, the longest running all-women pilots transcontinental air race, are now at 80 percent and are expected to reach a goal of 55 teams before the April 1 deadline.