British Airline launches initiative to recruit female pilots.
In an initiative to increase its proportion of female pilots, easyJet, the low-cost UK airline, hopes to double its number of female entrant pilots in the next two years.
Currently, 6 percent of easyJet’s new pilot intakes and 5 percent of the airline’s total 2,500 pilots are female — consistent with the small percentage of female pilots throughout the industry.
“We have made sustained progress in our senior management and M&A (management and administration) communities in recent years, but we recognize that the proportion of our p
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