The Museum of Flight is committed to creating a more diverse and inclusive aviation and aerospace industry. Currently, only 7% of all US FAA pilots are women and our annual Women Fly Conference helps to change this statistic. We are devoted to enriching the future of aviation and aerospace by welcoming all young women regardless of their race, national origin, ethnicity, gender, gender expression (queer, femme, or gender non-binary), disability, sexual orientation, political affiliation, veteran status or religious beliefs.
In order to engage these audiences, our annual Women Fly features hands-on activities, mentorship opportunities, and a resource fair with local, regional and national aviation and aerospace organizations. Participants learn through hands-on activities around themes like “finding your voice in STEM” and “airport careers beyond piloting.”
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Registration for Women Fly 2019 is full, but there is often availability closer to the event. Please get on our wait list for both days:
Anyone placed on our wait list will be notified first for Women Fly 2020 registration.
Middle School Day: Thursday, March 21, 2019
High School Day: Friday, March 22, 2019
Resource Fair Registration
If you are an organization interested in participating in the Women Fly Resource Fair,
please fill out our registration form:
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Women Fly is sponsored by
About the Port of Seattle
Founded in 1911, the Port owns and operates Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, Fishermen’s Terminal — home of the North Pacific fishing fleet — and public marinas. The Port also owns two cruise ship terminals, a grain terminal, real estate assets, and marine cargo terminals through its partnership in the Northwest Seaport Alliance. Port operations help support nearly 200,000 jobs and $7 billion in wages throughout the region. Over the next 19 years, the port’s “Century Agenda” seeks to create an additional 100,000 jobs through economic growth while becoming the nation’s leading green and energy-efficient port. Learn more at www.portseattle.org.
About King County International Airport
Opened in 1928, King County International Airport-Boeing Field has grown to become one of the busiest non-hub airports in the nation. It serves all sizes and types of aircraft, fills a wide range of commercial and recreational needs, and is home base for about 150 businesses - including air cargo companies, flight schools, charter operations, helicopter services, and the Museum of Flight. Tenants also include hundreds of small aircraft owners. The airport serves as the delivery point for all of the Boeing Company's 737 aircraft, and has an annual regional economic impact of more than $5 billion, directly or indirectly supporting more than 16,000 local jobs. Airport info at kingcounty.gov