Monday, September 27, 2021

On recently celebrated 'Girls in Aviation Day' four women aviators reveal how they thrived into a male-dominated space

In 1956, India’s first female commercial pilot took to the skies, breaking the glass ceiling and paving way for women to venture into the male-dominated field. Sixty years later, the Indian aviation industry is the largest employer of female pilots, with a growing 12.4%, as compared to a global average of 5.4%. Creating more than 70 unique jobs, the industry has pushed women to unleash and realise their full potential. On Girls in Aviation Day (September 25), four women aviators speak about their experiences of taking the road less travelled. Read >>

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