easyJet launches biggest summer schedule ever from Berlin
easyJet adds fourth aircraft to its London base
Airline set to break the one million passenger barrier at the airport
On International Women’s Day, more easyJet passengers will be flown by female pilots than ever before
Over 100 female easyJet pilots are rostered to fly out of 24 bases and will be at the controls of around 300 flights, carrying around 45,000 passengers to hundreds of destinations.
Six all-female crews will operate on 16 flights
easyJet wants to encourage more women to become pilots and has set a target for 20% of its new entrant pilots to be female by 2020.
200,000 girls will have the opportunity to complete the badge, part of Girlguiding’s new programme to be launched this summer
Badge will get girls engaging in aviation, building a foundation for future study and raising awareness of the opportunities to be a pilot as a future career.
easyJet has set a target for 20% of its new entrant pilots to be female by 2020.