Northern Lights Aero Foundation

Absolutely thrilled to announce I’ve joined the ranks of very illustrious Women in Aviation who speak on behalf of the Northern Lights Aero Foundation, a Canadian non-profit organization created to recognize the achievements of women in aviation and to encourage females of all ages to consider careers in aviation and aerospace. Women CAN have careers…

Alumni of Distinction Award 2020 Waterloo Wellington Flight Centre

Thanks so much to everyone who helped me achieve my goals! Delighted to received this award, a recognition of:– WWFC’s first female Chief Flight Instructor (Class I Civil Aviation Instructor)– first Canadian female to fly the Twin Otter (DHC-6/300)– first female at DeHavilland/Flight Safety (Supervisor, DHC-6/300 Flight Training)– bush flying experience (Ontario, British Columbia), DHC-6/300…

WOMEN in AVIATION

Honoured to be recognized as the First Canadian Woman to fly the Twin Otter (DHC6/300) and to have my name on this wall along with Judy Adamson (first woman to fly the CL216), Judy Cameron (first female pilot with Air Canada) , and Rosella Bjornson (first female airline pilot in North America). Women in Aviation…

Women in aviation: Part 3 of 5 LANDMARK CASES

Women in Aviation ~ Canada, USA, Australia, & Britain Posted on September 16, 2020 by Lola Reid Allin Editor’s note: Lola Reid Allin is a writer, photographer, adventurer and commercial pilot based in Ontario. This is part 3 of a 5-part series by Lola about the under-representation of women in commercial aviation. Click to read part 1 and part 2. In…

Guelph: Trek to the Snows of Kilimanjaro

A big THANK YOU to the 70+ attendees who trekked virtually with me to the 19,351’/5895 metre high summit of Kilimanjaro hosted by the Guelph Public Library. I’m pictured here with some of my friends and fellow aviators from Waterloo on the Grand 99s.

Girls CAN Fly

Saturday May 11—A fabulous day at Waterloo Wellington Flight Centre introducing the wonderful world of aviation to girls, age 8-18.