Celebrating women in aviation #oneweekisnotenough
Starting on International Women’s Day, 8th March 2021, AeroTime dedicated a week to celebrating women in aviation, their impact & achievements: in the past, present, and looking forward to the future. The more we focused on this important work, the more we realised there was still more to be done and that one week was simply not enough.
So, we are doing it all over again and we intent to keep doing it. In our latest video montage, you can listen to more messages from inspiring women in aviation ‒ pilots, managers, directors, agents, flight attendants, and more - from all around the world.
Join us and share this video and remind everyone that #oneweekisnotenough
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