The 29th Annual International Women in Aviation Conference, held March 22-25 in Reno, Nevada, attracted 3,200 attendees from 21 countries. During the show, 142 scholarships were distributed to WAI members totaling $695,000. Inducted into the Pioneer Hall of Fame were Bonnie Tiburzi Caputo, the first woman hired by a major airline as a member of the cockpit crew; Kathleen Cox, chair of the Transportation Board of Canada; and Brigadier Gen. Linda McTague, whose U.S. Air Force career culminated ...

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