Women In Aviation

United aims 50% of pilot-students to be women and minorities

United Airline started implementing its ambitious plan to train 5,000 new pilots by 2030.  ...


Question Time | Women in Aviation

In our new programme, “AeroTime Question Time”, we ask six women leaders in aviation from four continents, a round of rapid-fire questions....


The special meaning behind Air France flights AF401 & AF229

Air France operated two celebratory flights AF401 and AF229 to make a nod to a special event in France’s aviation history....


Veranita Yosephine: AirAsia's energetic CEO who is changing aviation

Breaking down barriers and leading by example, Air Asia Indonesia CEO Veranita Yosephine is changing the face of aviation...


Famous women in aviation who are making history today

Famous women in aviation are breaking down old stereotypes and demonstrating impeccable professional and in-personal skills....


Celebrating women in aviation #oneweekisnotenough

AeroTime was proud to mark International Women’s Day on 8th March, but #onedayisnotenough so we are doing it again.  ...


How to inspire young women to become aeronautical engineers?

Iris is an aeronautical engineer apprentice at Safran Landing Systems. She explained to us what it meant to be a young woman in a male-dominated field....


UK Space Agency Director – meet the female pilot who didn’t faint

When she started her career, Rachel was told that women could not be pilots because they might faint....


Women in Aviation | One week is not enough!

Last week we highlighted the contribution of Women in Aviation. This week we are continuing #oneweekisnotenough.   ...


In spiked heels or Timberland boots: driving for equality within the FAA

Two senior women at the United States Federal Aviation Administration tell AeroTime about the drive towards true equality....