AeroTime’s Women in Aviation campaign at one year
A year ago, AeroTime launched its Women in Aviation campaign, dedicating a week to recognizing women in our industry, their impact and their achievements. We reviewed the past, considered the present, and looked forward to the future. One thing was immediately clear: #OneWeekIsNotEnough and we wanted to go further.
There was still more to be done to acknowledge the role of female professionals in our industry, and to inspire and encourage the next generation.
Now a full year has passed, and our campaign marks its one-year anniversary today, on March 8, 2022.
In our latest video montage, we asked our AeroTime Aviation Achievement Award winners from all around the world to share their messages with the world for International Women’s Day.
In the coming days, we will be sharing more stories and news. We invite you all to get involved, to amplify the incredible work already being done and help work towards equity across the industry.
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