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Women Of Aviation Worldwide Celebrates Strides

Canadian Pilots Gaining Ground in Gender Breakdown Women Of Aviation Worldwide celebrated the attainment of female licensure in the Canadian market after seeing it climb to 12% in 2023, with 6,354 female-identifying pilots issued by their domestic regulator, Transport Canada. The narrow majority of all Canadian licenses were recreational, with 52% coming in at the private pilot level. It’s a first step towards future staffing, and a 58% uptick since 2010. 65% of those cards were sent to candidates between 20 and 39 years of age, leaving enough room in their lifetime to hopefully (or so the industry feels) pursue a career in the aviation scene.

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