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A Pilot’s Life: Jules Hotel

In this special AvGeek series, Flight Chic guest writer Rida Khan has candid conversations with pilots who share their passion for flight and what inspired them to pursue a life in the clouds. 1,205 more words
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America's First Lady of the Air

I was annoyed from the start by the attitude of doubt by the spectators that I would never really make the flight. This attitude made me more determined than ever to succeed.

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Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association's Female Pilots Share Advice

“I highly encourage women of 50+ who have always wanted to fly a plane to do so NOW! I am 68 years old and started taking lessons when I was 55. 964 more words

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A Pilot’s Life: Lindy Kats

In this special AvGeek series, Flight Chic guest writer Rida Khan has candid conversations with pilots who share their passion for flight and what inspired them to pursue a life in the clouds. 1,210 more words
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QU Aviators fly to Florida to Network

By Roza Panos

On March 1, three aviation students attended a conference in Lake Buena Vista, Florida to represent the aviation program at QU.

Women in Aviation International is an organization dedicated to the advancement of women in all aviation career fields and interests. 341 more words

Do you use a checklist? Do you use one for your life?

Over this past weekend, my girl and I attended a “Girls in Aviation”** conference at the Disney Springs Resort in Orlando. It was over 20 years ago that I exchanged the excitement of flight instruction for diapers, midnight feedings, and the smiles of a beautiful baby girl. 1,039 more words

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“What inspired me was the possibility to see the world from up there” – Capt. Liney Lozano

“What inspired me was the possibility to see the world from up there”; The words of Capt. Liney Lozano, a female pilot from Bogota, Colombia. 316 more words

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