Why are so few airline pilots female and – just as important – why do so few apply for cadet positions? That’s what Aer Lingus wanted to know when it … Continued
Female pilots are uncommon among airlines but black female professional pilots are even rarer. Even in the US, which is ahead of most nations in the diversity of its … Continued
There has never been a better time to build a career in the aviation industry. Airlines are growing, with more flights and more routes than ever before. Yet just 3% of commercial pilots are female and this statistic has to change
The BWPA has announced the winners of its three 2016 Scholarships, which aim to help women gain further flying qualifications and kick start or continue careers in aviation.
Airlines in Asia are being ‘forced’ to seek female pilots to combat the rapid escalation in air travel in Asia which may leave the industry ‘desperately short of pilots’
easyJet has revealed more details of its initiative to underwrite a training loan of up to £100,000 for six female pilot candidates
On International Women’s Day, Elinor Evans of Pilot Career News spoke to Kanchana Gamage, pilot and founder of The Aviatrix Project, which aims to promote aviation as an exciting and accessible career choice for women
CTC Aviation has announced that, since the launch of its CTC WINGS programme in 2003, the trainer has trained and placed around 100 women as co-pilots with Airline Partners around the world