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ICAO Celebrates International Women Day 2017 [Videos]

ICAO Celebrates International Women Day 2017 [Videos]

Highlighting the historic role and future potential of women in global air transport

For International Women’s Day 2017, ICAO is highlighting the historic role and future potential of women in global air transport. Video by Margarita Luna; Creative content by Annie Hui Wen, Jimena Blumenkron and Sara Maria Moubarak. #BeBoldForChange #IWD2017

International Women’s day and Women in Aviation tribute

Most people would know who I would be talking about if I mentioned the name, Amelia Earhart. However if I were to ask you who Raymonde de Larouche, Harriet Quimby, Helen Richey or Florence Mary Taylor were, you would likely not have a clue. Today is International Women’s Day and in honor of that SunJet Simulations offers to you this tribute to all the amazing women who have broken through the gender ceiling to pursue their dreams of taking to the skies. In 2014, out of the roughly 134000 commercial pilots in the world, only 4000 were female**. Skill and passion are genderless and more and more you are seeing women start upon a career in aviation. This is something that not only should be encouraged.. but also celebrated. So to all the aspiring young female aviators out there, “You go girl!!!”


Here are the links to the “air breaking” women flyers of the past shown in our video:

Amelia Earhart…

Florence Mary Taylor…

Helen Richey…

Amy Johnson…


Raymonde de Larouche…

Nancy Bird Walton…

Harriet Quimby…

#sunjetsimulations #Internationalwomensday #Womeninaviation


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