Who was the first women granted a pilot's license from the naa?

Answer Harriet Quimby was the first American woman to be granted a pilot's license. She obtained her license on August 1, 1911 from the Aero Club of America, the organization that later became the Nationa... Read More »

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What license do army helicopter pilots get?

Army helicopter pilots are not issued a license that is recognized outside of the Army. However, the pilot can apply his training and flight hours to apply to the Federal Aviation Administration to... Read More »

Scholarships for Future Women Pilots?

For many people, men and women alike, the expense of flying and flight training pushes aviation out of reach. There are several scholarships, grants and outside funds for women wishing to pursue fl... Read More »

What year were women granted voting rights?

The 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution---granting women the right to vote---was ratified on August 26, 1920. Election Day took place on November 2 that year, and witnessed women voting en mass... Read More »

Who was the first black women to obtain a license to fly a plane?

Bessie Coleman (1892-1926) was the first black person of either gender to obtain a pilot's license. Coleman earned her pilot's license in France in 1921. Just five years later, she died in a plane ... Read More »