Photo © Dieter Spiess gen. Bongard
Beats a nurses uniform IMHO
Found this one...
Photo © Serge Bailleul - AirTeamImages
More interested to hear about civil aviation though.
|Quoting FXramper (Reply 24):|
My uncle's progression through the ranks at AA:
727 F/O (4 yrs)
DC10 F/O (4 yrs, got to fly to HNL outta DFW!)
MD80 Capt. (5 yrs)
727 Capt. (5 yrs)
757 Capt. (4 yrs)
767 Capt. (6 yrs, currently)
|Quoting HBJZA (Reply 15):|
what about Middle Eastern countries,
LAHORE, Jan 25: A unique record was set in the country’s aviation history on Wednesday when a woman pilot and her all-women crew flew a PIA Fokker plane without any assistance from men. Captain Ayesha Rabia Naveed was in command of the first all-women crew of the national air carrier
“I think PIA should have made this occasion a special one by boarding all female passengers as well. I must tell my family in Islamabad that women no more look after the kitchen only. This is indeed encouraging for our girls,” a housewife said.
At present, Capt Ayesha is the sole woman pilot of PIA who is licenced to fly Fokker plane only. She remained co-pilot or first officer for 15 years and has 6,000 flying hours behind her
|Quoting Xpat (Reply 29):|
Is ugliness a prerequisite for female captains or F/O's?
|Quoting ManchesterMAN (Reply 44):|
I would think it was less common to have an all male crew than all female - there's usually at least one female FA in the back. So has anyone been on a flight with an all male crew? Can't say I've ever noticed such a thing.