With workforce shortages looming in the cockpit, as well as in aircraft maintenance support, you’ll want to choose from among the widest possible pool of qualified candidates. That will help ensure that these shortages don’t affect your ability to travel by business aircraft safely and securely, wherever and whenever you need.
In our cover story, “Women Hold Up Half the Sky,” Dr. Peggy Chabrian, founder and president of Women in Aviation International reminds you – as she did the Wall Street Journal in June – that your nextgen flight crew, aviation technician, and all those who support your corporate flight department may well be female.
You can help grow that pool of qualified aviation professionals by encouraging the girls in your life to get their first taste of aviation at the 2019 WAI Girls in Aviation Day event on October 5. Find out more at: https://www.wai.org/events/girls-aviation-day-2019
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