Celebrating influential women in aviation | Quiz

Weekend Special | March 8, 2020
While aviation is widely known as a “boy’s club”, women were avid aviators since the dawn of the industry ‒ and long before that. From Sophie Blanchard (Madame Blanchard), the first woman to work as a professional balloonist in XVIII-XIX century, to the famous mystery of Amelia Earhart; and from Katharine Wright, the sister of the Wright Brothers, to Tammie Jo Shults, hailed as a hero for navigating Southwest Flight 1380 to safety. 

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