Women In Aviation

First female name on Iberia’s Airbus A320neo

To show the importance and contribution to aviation by women, Iberia Airlines named it’s A320neo in honor of the first Spanish female pilot. Currently, 85 women work as pilots for Spanish national car...


The missing link to aviation safety

Technological improvements and advanced systems create safer aircraft. But what creates a safer pilot? ...


Celebrating influential women in aviation [Quiz]

While aviation is widely known as a “boy’s club”, women were avid aviators since the dawn of the industry ‒ and long before that. From Sophie Blanchard (Madame Blanchard), the first woman to work as a professional balloonist in XVIII-XIX century, to the famous mystery of Amelia Earhart; and from Katharine Wright, the sister of the Wright Brothers, to Tammie Jo Shults, hailed as a hero for navigating Southwest Flight 1380 to safe...


Infographic: Women In Aviation

With more and more women taking to the cockpit we have looked at some of the key moments for women in aviation. Great infographic - Women in Aviation!...