Both SAS and Braathens fly with all-female crews regularly.
The first all-female flight in SAS was in 1995.Plane was a Fokker F-28-3000.
First Braathens flight was in Feb. 1997.Boeing 737-500.
SAS was the first major airline in the Western World to hire a female pilot,Turid Widerøe,in 1968.She's the daughter of one of Norway's pioneer pilots who founded Widerøe's Flyselskap in the -30's.Prior to joining SAS,she flew as a seaplane captain on Otter seaplanes.
Later,when she became pregnant,she quit flying as there was no programme around to return her to flying status after pregnancy leave.This was in 1974.Her uniform was exhibited (and maybe still is) at the Smithsonian Institution,where I saw it in 1977.
Out of some 2300 SAS pilots,only some 70-80 are female,while in Braathens the number is 5 or 6 out of a total of some 280 pilots.
We need more of them,they're great pilots!
"Luck and superstition wins all the time"!