Women in Aviation International, India Chapter Hosts GIRLS IN AVIATION DAY

Posted by: at 9/19/2017 02:41:00 am


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20th- 26th September 2017

19th September 2017:Women in Aviation International, India Chapter will be celebrating Girls in Aviation Day across the country with the objective to spread awareness about various job opportunities in the aviation industry not being restricted to being a pilot or a flight attendant.


Starting from the 20th to the 26th of September the day will be celebrated in Guwahati,Ahmedabad, Indore,Bhubaneshwar,Kolkata,Jaipur,Chennai,Mumbai, Bangalore  apart from the city of Delhi.

The program will be attended by Shri Amitabh Kant, CEO NitiAyog, Shri. Guruprasad Mohapatra, Chairman, Airport Authority of India and WAI (India Chapter) members.

Radha Bhatia President WAI (India Chapter) says – With the global celebration we aim to empower more and more Indian girls with the requisite skill sets to take aviation as a viable career option. With the successful celebration of the International Girls in Aviation Day, WAI India Chapter aims to launch a scholarship program for young deserving girls with support from industry and the civil aviation ministry.

NeelamPratap Rudy, Vice President, Women in Aviation International (WAI) India Chapter says, “Celebrating Women in Aviation is set to lead women empowerment in the sphere of Aviation Industry. Personal Inspiration by successful women aviators as role models and mentors can be instrumental in reaching out to the younger generation. With Aviation expansion plans in India, I foresee a sharp rise in jobs and women conquering aviation technology and being change agents in the industry.”

About WAI (India Chapter)
Women in Aviation International (India Chapter) is a non profit organisation dedicated to the encouragement and advancement of women in all avian career fields and interests. The India Chapter comprises of a group of women professionals from various sectors of aviation. The Chapter aims to make aviation as a viable career choice for all young girls.  It promotes forays out of the age-old ‘glamour’ quotient that may encompass flight attendants and pilots.



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