Women are represented across the Etihad group’s seven business divisions including operations, cargo, and engineering, as well as specialised functions such as aviation law, medicine and finance.
Women in Aviation
Rolls Royce Becomes First Airline Supplier To Join IATA’s Gender Balance Initiative
By joining the IATA 25by2025 initiative, Rolls Royce commits to increasing the number of women in leadership positions to a minimum representation of 25% by 2025, and reporting annually on key diversity metrics.
Spotlight Women In Aviation: Norwegian First Officer Tessa Naran
“It is important that there are visible female role models to inspire future generations,” Tessa Naran, First Officer, Norwegian
A Pilot’s Life: Eser Aksan Erdogan
Eser Aksan Erdogan is a Dutch/Turkish, 31 years old flying for Pegasus Airlines for 3 years.
A Pilot’s Life: Jules Hotel
Jules Hotel is a 27-year-old pilot, based in Hamburg, Germany. Spending time with her family and friends is of utmost importance to her. In her leisure time, she enjoys traveling and staying active by doing sports.
A Pilot’s Life: Lindy Kats
We celebrate Women’s Day by sharing the story of an inspiring woman pilot: Lindy Kats.
Will Hiring US Pilots Help Norwegian Leap Over Open Skies Hurdle? No. But This Might…
[UPDATED: formal statement from ALPA was added below, as well as a reply from the USDOT.] Norwegian Air Service is hiring American pilots to support its …
Also, in the Skies: 33 Hot Aviation Happenings in Week 38
Aviation moves fast, and every week I find stories I would like to have written more about. To share these hot news items (and some news which simply caught my eye), I’m introducing ‘Also, in the Skies.’
Why Celebrating Amelia Earhart Sends the Wrong Message to the Women of Tomorrow
Today is Amelia Earhart’s birthday. She is remembered because she was lost.
I have a bone to pick with Amelia.
Not because she disappeared, but because while she was with us she gave the worst possible advice to a young girl thinking of a future career in aviation: “perfect yourself in secretarial work and obtain a position on the ‘fringes,’relying on your ability and desire in order to succeed.”