An all-female crew was a regular occurrence for now-defunct UK independent charter and scheduled carrier, Dan-Air (London) in the 1970s and 1980s. They were one of the first airlines to have female captains and female first officers, plus the cabin crews were 98% female. At one time the airline had 12 female captains, mainly qualified on the BAC 1-11s and 727s, out of a total of 154. The chances of having a female captain and all-female cabin crew was therefore over 5%, and the chances of having a female captain, female first officer and all-female cabin crew 2%.
The feminine element went further at some of their stations. MAH
was a regular Dan-Air destination and the airline based a permanent station manager (female) and an assistant station manager (also female) there.
I have to confess that when I realised that the female-voiced welcome on board through the P/A system was not the stewardess but the captain, my first thoughts were, "On no! A Woman Driver!". However, the flight was excellent, the landing amongst the smoothest that I have ever experienced, and the female station manager was probably the most efficient that I have ever seen!
MOL on SRB's latest attack at BA: "It's like a little Chihuahua barking at a dying Labrador. Nobody cares."