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Mr. Youhao Toh and The Revion Ground School in Singapore

In 2011, Mr. Toh started his pilot training and earned his Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) issued Commercial Pilot’s Licence (CPL) with a Multi-Engine Instrument Rating (CPL MEIR) in 2012. 963 more words


Today in Transportation History – 2016: The First Asian Woman to Fly Solo Around the World — Transportation History

Airline transport pilot and certified flight instructor Wang Zheng (also known as Julie Wang) became the first Asian woman to circumnavigate the Earth in an airplane, and the first Chinese woman to fly solo around the world, when she returned to the Texas town of Addison in the Dallas area 33 days after starting her […]

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Gravity Defying Women

There’s no glass ceiling in sight at the Women in Aviation Australian Chapter; these women are high flyers – both metaphorically and literally. But this should come as no surprise, as women have been contributing significantly to the field of aviation since the very beginning. 371 more words


Women in the Cockpit

I am a pilot.  I learned to fly to fly before I learned to drive.  I started to work when I was 13 years old and saved every penny I made to pay for my flying.  886 more words

WAI Sci-Fly Airborne Outreach

Winter School Holiday Program 2017

WAI Australian Education Outreach Coordinator Dr ‘Z’ has been very busy over the school holidays!

Around one hundred students took part in a huge four days of Sci-Fly STEM Outreach programs during the winter school holidays. 947 more words

Women In Aviation Australia

Shaesta Waiz

Afghani female pilot, Shaesta Waiz wants to be the youngest woman to fly solo around the world.

Waiz, 29, was born in a refuge camp at the end of the Soviet war before immigrating to the United States at the age of 1. 192 more words

Female Pilots