Britain's reports that British Airways is accepting applicants into its cadet training program until November 26, and they're actively looking for more female pilots to apply!

"Even though we have more female pilots than any other UK carrier, the number doesn't nearly represent the general population, and I actively encourage any women considering a career in flying to apply," Capt. Stephen Riley, British Airways Director of Flight Operations, told

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Women in Aviation, International was saddened to learn of the passing of Dot Swain Lewis on September 9, 2013. A 2004 inductee into the WAI Pioneer Hall of Fame, Dot was one of 10 female pilots taught to be an instructor at Phoebe Omlie's Women's Research Flight Instructor School from late 1942 to early 1943. She went on to accept a position teaching the WASP to fly and later became a WASP herself.

Dot passed away at the mountain home she built in Fern Valley, Idyllwild, Califonia, 21 days before her 98th birthday.

Read her full bio on the WASP Final Flight blog.

Southwest Airlines has added four Boeing 737NG type ratings to the roster of 85 scholarships offered to Women in Aviation International members. Anyone who was a member of WAI as of November 1, 2013, is eligible to apply (free!). For these SWA scholarships only, the deadline to apply has been extended to December 1, 2013. The original deadline for all other scholarships remains November 18, 2013.

“What a tremendous opportunity Southwest is offering our members,” said WAI President Dr. Peggy Chabrian. “We are grateful to Southwest, along with the other airlines and organizations...

Each year the Wolf Aviation Fund provides grants for a number of individuals and organizations doing great work in general aviation. To date more than 350 awards have been given, providing worthy applicants the funding and recognition that is so vital for folks working on new ideas.

This year's deadline for applications is December 15. Applications must meet certain criteria and fit into the Fund's seven major program areas

Projects receiving awards reflect the remarkable goals and accomplishments of the grant recipients and the value of their contributions, often as...

The Louisville chapter of Association for Women in Aviation Maintenance (AWAM) has announced an all-inclusive scholarship to attend the 2014 International Women in Aviation Conference in Orlando, Florida (March 6-8, 2014). The scholarship for first-time attendees includes all registration fees, round-trip airfare, room and board, and transportation between Orlando International Airport (MCO) and Disney's Coronado Springs Resort.

In addition to the AWAM Scholarship Checklist items you must:

Be female. Be a senior or recent graduate of a Bachelors program in aviation maintenance...

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