British Airways in drive to recruit more female pilot
British Airways is doing its bit to banish prejudice against women drivers by actively encouraging more women to train as pilots.
With one week to go until the current British Airways cadet training programme closes on November 26, the airline is calling for more female applicants to apply.
The airline has released a video featuring two sisters Aoife (27) and Cliodhna Duggan (35) from Dublin who say being a pilot is a ‘dream job’.
Banishing prejudice British Airways took on its first female pilot in 1987 and is now calling for more women applicants for the top job