Aviation International News: March 14, 2018
"Women have been interested in aviation since Wilbur and Orville gave up bicycles for airplanes at the turn of the 20th century. Women participated in air races throughout the 1930s and became test pilots and flight instructors during World War II. They have joined airlines and become an integral (albeit, small) piece of the aviation industry. Therefore, the situation is more complex than labeling it as a “pipeline problem.” We must evaluate the issue holistically and discuss the uncomfortable truths that propagate the barriers keeping woman from aviation. "