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Wed, Aug 21, 2019

Countdown To WAI Girls In Aviation Day Underway

Worldwide Outreach Scheduled For October 5, 2019

Women in Aviation International’s network of corporate members, partners and more than 130 chapters, are making their plans for individual events for Girls in Aviation Day 2019. Girls in Aviation Day is truly a worldwide event with activities planned by WAI chapters from Australia to the Netherlands, from India to Botswana. Dozens of Girls in Aviation Day events are planned for the United States.

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Tue, Aug 20, 2019

New York Teens Learning To Fly In Special Summer Camp

Program Being Led By Three New York City Police Officers

Three NYPD officers are spending their summer teaching inner-city New York kids the fundamentals of flight, and their effort recently received a substantial financial boost from the city of New York.

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Tue, Aug 20, 2019

Zonta International Awards 30 Amelia Earhart Fellowships

Presented To Women In Aerospace Sciences And Engineering

Zonta International recently awarded 30 women from 15 countries with the prestigious Amelia Earhart Fellowship for the 2019-2020 academic year. Chosen from 175 applicants worldwide, these 30 women exhibited the most promise in advancing research in the field of aerospace.

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Mon, Aug 19, 2019

Pitts Pilot Radioed Of Aircraft Problems Before New Orleans Accident

Witnesses Suggest The Aircraft Was Having Engine Trouble

In the days following a highly visible and tragic aircraft accident that took the lives of a well-known aerobatic pilot and a highly respected local reporter, a few reported details indicate that former airshow Pilot Franklin Augustus knew that his Pitts S-2B was in trouble. An NTSB senior air safety investigator from Denver arrived at the accident site Saturday to begin the on-scene phase of the investigation. At about 3:06 p.m. CDT, Aug. 16, an Aerotek Pitts S-2B (registration N600DF) crashed shortly after taking off from New Orleans’ Lakefront Airport. Both occupants, the commercial-rated pilot and the passenger, were fatally injured. Shortly after take-off, the pilot radioed the controller in the Lakefront Airport tower and indicated that he was having problems, which were not specified. The controller gave the pilot a clearance to return to the airport.

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