Huge thanks to Flight Training News Editor, Jeremy Diack for a great article this month. It's a privilege to be included amongst some of the greats of aviation.Read More
Partnership to encourage more young girls and women to into aviation
The Aviatrix Project, a venture to encourage women and girls to join aviation, today announced a partnership with easyJet, Europe’s leading airline.
The partnership will promote pilot careers to women. easyJet will benefit from The Aviatrix Project’s expertise in engaging schools and best practice on child safeguarding.Read More
Huge thanks to FLYER magazine for the coverage in the April issue. It's wonderful knowing we have the support of so many organisations. The more we work together the more successful we will be in inspiring people to join this wonderful world of aviation!Read More
Almost all of the volunteers who have worked with us so far are part of a 30,000 strong team of volunteers who give their time to illuminating futures by becoming a STEM Ambassador through STEMNET. We will be working with even more young people in 2016 inspiring young people into STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) through aviation.Read More
Wonderful to read the feature in the BWPA winter newsletter about our vision and plans for the coming year. The British Women Pilots' Association is a non-profit making association run by volunteers who are enthusiastic and committed to the BWPA. The BWPA exists to promote aviation, particularly to women - so join today!Read More
Wonderful news! We are now a Community Interest Company (CIC)!
As a CIC we are dedicated to creating even more opportunities for women and girls to experience flight and to pursue a career in aviation. We will generate funding and sponsorship to directly benefit female aviators.
Thank you all for your support! #flywithusRead More
Wonderful to have been asked to comment on women in aviation in The Independent.
Role models are incredibly effective in inspiring and enthusing young people and Tracey’s flight marks the beginning of a wonderful year for women in aviation. Having worked with large numbers of young people throughout my career and from my own flying journey I know this to be absolutely true. Tracey has shown us all that we can all go onto achieve great things. This flight is historic for many reasons – not only because it is an epic solo flight across continents which is a challenge in itself but because Tracey dared to dream and then work hard to make that dream a reality. I was lucky enough to meet Tracey and to get up close and personal to her beautiful Boeing Stearman in 2015 and Tracey is incredibly supportive and keen to share her adventures to inspire others. The skills of determination, perseverance and hard work and effort are life skills we want young people to embrace and parents and schools to teach across all walks of life. The sky is no longer the limit and we want more and more young people to reach for their dreams.
Ultimately I believe that we can use aviation as a tool to raise aspirations. Tracey’s adventure and projects like mine are there to encourage young people – particularly young women – to believe in themselves and to know that there are no limits or barriers to achieving anything they set their mind to. Blue skies all the way!Read More
Freedom in the Air (FITA), is committed to opening horizons for people with disabilities so that they can fly higher socially, physically and professionally. FITA created the following film with Tony Rapson from the Civil Aviation Authority’s General Aviation (GA) Unit, the department responsible for regulating the UK’s recreational flying. The film gives a great insight into the world of recreational flying. Thank you Gautam Lewis for asking us to contribute!Read More