a woman pilot; aviator


Pilot Training Resources:

AOPA's Learn to Fly website

How to become a Pilot (FAA)

Let's Go Flying (AOPA)

Student Pilot Training Information (FAA)

Types of Pilot Schools (FAA)

(find them on Amazon or other retail sites)





Welcome to the website for Lady Pilots! 

     There are 39,621 FAA certified lady pilots (40,621 in 2012), just six percent of the total pilot population!  This includes 5,600 ATP certified lady pilots - an elite group indeed!  I am happy to be part of that group and the pilot population as a whole.  Enjoy!

Thanks for visiting!

Contact me at:

Floatplane - Piper Super Cub

Great Lady Pilot websites:

My Aviation Student Website

Centennial of Women Pilots

The Ninety-Nines

Women in Aviation Int'l

Sparky's Books & Photography

WWII Women Soviet Pilots

Ladys Love Taildraggers

Woman Pilot Magazine

Women Helicopter Pilots

Women Military Pilots

Girls with Wings

Plane Mercantile (lots of pilot stuff to buy)

These websites are for informational purposes and listing them here does not imply endorsement.

New Movies:

Living in the Age of Airplanes

Lady Pilot Movies!

Pearl, the movie

The Legend of Pancho Barnes and the Happy Bottom Riding Club


Tell your fellow pilots...........

Tell a friend - spread the word!

Lady Pilots in History
The first 10 women to earn a pilot license worldwide:
  • March 8, 1910 - Raymonde de Laroche - France
  • August 29, 1910 - Marthe Niel - France
  • November 8, 1910 - Marie Marvingt - France
  • November 25, 1910 - Helene Dutrieu - Belgium
  • December 7, 1910 - Jeanne Herveau - France
  • June 15, 1911 - Marie-Louise Driancourt - France
  • August 1, 1911 - Harriet Quimby - USA
  • August 10, 1911 - Lidia Zvereva - Russia
  • August 17, 1911 - Matilde Moissant - USA
  • August 29, 1911 - Hilda Hewitt - England
Bessie Coleman - First African American Female Pilot
Jackie Cochran
Amelia Earhart 

"When once you have tasted flight,
you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward;
for there you have been,
and there you will always long to return."
     -Leonardo da Vinci


Women Airforce Service Pilots from WWII

Theses brave pioneering ladies were the Women Airforce Service Pilots, known as WASPs, in WWII and were the first women in  history trained to fly American military aircraft. The logo/mascot was "Fifinella" and was deisgned by Walt Disney's animators.


Learn more about the WWII WASPs

WWII Lady Pilots-WASP Museum

Check back for updates! 

Scholarship Information:

Large Listing of Scholarships

AOPA Scholarships

Clay Lacy & Conrad

EAA Scholarships

For Women

Leroy W. Homer Scholarship

NBAA Scholarships

The International Assoc. of Women Airline Pilots

The Ninety-Nines

UAA Scholarships

Whirly-Girls Helicopter Scholarship

Women in Corporate Aviation

Women in Aviation International

Association for Women in Aviation Maintenance

Alis Volat Propriis

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