@WomenOfAviation
INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS  ●  GRASSROOTS ADVOCACY  ●  MEASURABLE IMPACT
  |    |    |  
EasyJet Diverse Crew

Why Organizations with High Diversity Rankings can Leave Women Behind

Every year, Forbes magazine ranks the best employers in terms of diversity. The latest iteration published in January 2020 lists only three corporations from the transportation sector in the top 100 and none for the aerospace and defence sector. Southwest Airlines (#74) tops the diversity transportation category, followed by JetBlue Airways (#76) and Delta Air Lines (#96) despite below national average percentages of female pilots at 4.1%, 4.9%, and 4.8% respectively. Women looking for a …

Read moreWhy Organizations with High Diversity Rankings can Leave Women Behind

Statistics Canadian female pilots

What four decades of Canadian statistics reveal about women progress in aviation

By Mireille Goyer, Founder & President of the Institute for Women Of Aviation Worldwide Canadian media routinely and erroneously cite U.S. statistics as Canadian statistics. The facts are that Canadian women lead the American continent (from the North Pole to the South Pole) in both numbers (adjusted for country population) and percentages. See What five decades of FAA statistics reveals about women progress in aviation published in August 2011 for details about the situation in …

Read moreWhat four decades of Canadian statistics reveal about women progress in aviation

Why Bessie Coleman learn to fly in France

This is why Bessie Coleman went to France to learn to fly

IWOAW is celebrating 100 Years of Female Pilots of all Races as part of Women Of Aviation Week 2021. Headlines and photos of WWI pilots and planes captivated the attention of Bessie Coleman but a dare by one of her brothers set her pilot career aspirations in motion. “You nigger women ain’t never goin’ to fly, not like those women I saw in France,” her brother John told her in front of her clientele at …

Read moreThis is why Bessie Coleman went to France to learn to fly

Petition: Help eliminate gender-exclusive words that keep women out of aviation

Gender-exclusive words signal group-based ostracism and act as entry barriers In 2020, female pilots look up Notices to Airmen before each flight, validate their Medical Certificate by signing in the Airman Signature field, and refer to Airman Certification Standards to prepare for pilot tests. The FAA’s website contains more than 40,000 references to Airman or Airmen; ICAO’s website lists close to 2,000 airmen references. It does not stop with these administrative organizations. Industry stakeholders and …

Read morePetition: Help eliminate gender-exclusive words that keep women out of aviation

How Friendly Is The Air & Space Industry On March 8? iWOAW Releases Study

Research of the industry’s stakeholders Tweets reveals changing attitudes. Research Results (Power Point) On the first day of the 9th annual Women Of Aviation Worldwide Week, the Institute for Women Of Aviation Worldwide (iWOAW) is releasing of a global study based on Twitter’s message archives that reveals changing attitudes towards women in the air and space industry. On March 8, 1910, Raymonde de Laroche became the world’s first woman to obtain a pilot license. It …

Read moreHow Friendly Is The Air & Space Industry On March 8? iWOAW Releases Study

Item added to cart.
0 items - $0.00