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Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Malawi To Operate An All Women Flight

Malawian Airlines is set to make aviation history this month when it plans to fly an all-women operated and supported flight from Blantyre to Dar-es-salaam.




The flight is scheduled for March 16 with a stop-over in Lilongwe. The event is to be a milestone for the airline as it will be the first time in the history of the company to operate such a flight.

A statement from the airline signed by its Chief executive Officer, Ahadu Simachew, confirmed that on the day, all the flight operations from cockpit, cabin, check-in, customer care, air traffic control to ground handling will all be done by women.

The company said its desire is to contribute towards creating a more gender inclusive world in which women are given a chance and support to thrive in male dominated fields.

“We place immense respect on women and we are an ardent supporter of women empowerment and gender equality. That is why we have over the years made deliberate efforts to increase diversity in the cockpit by training more women pilots to inspire more girls to take up careers in aviation,” the statement said.

The aircraft, a Bombadier Q-400 will be under the command of Captain Yolanda Kaunda and assisted by Lusekelo Mwenifumbo.

Yolanda is Malawi’s first female captain.
from malawi times


24 comments:

  1. 💪💪💪💪💪

    🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙋

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    1. I think Aerocontractors has done something like this before

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  2. Noted, what a man can do a woman can do it even more better.

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    1. see your mouth like "more better" don't go work on your English. olodo

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    2. White berry no wound me abeg

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  3. Naija what's the way forward??? We can't even boast of a national carrier. O ma se oo!

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  4. anonymous gangster15 March 2017 at 08:55

    No problem, as long as they don't have menstrual cramps midair. Or receive evidence via chat or text that their boo is cheating. Na die for all passengers and crew!

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    1. 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😅😆😅😆😄

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  5. That's very good. Malawi is very beautiful. But they don't have good food.



    God Bless Everyone.

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  6. Lovely
    I have had one of the best flight, by a female pilot.

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  7. Girl power!! I salute all the ladies on that piloting that flight!!💪💪💪💪👏👏👏👏👏👏

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    1. anonymous gangster15 March 2017 at 11:35

      Women have always gone higher, especially in the air, e don tey Wey Dem dey fly nah, long before aeroplanes were invented. 😜

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  9. A welcome development.

    See chinko women wan die on top this chic face. Ndi uwaa daa di egwu.

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  10. I hope when it comes to spending in the house it will also be gender equality... women have a way of pushing tougher task and responsibilities to men but when it comes to enjoyment and money sharing task they tend to preach gender equality.

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  11. I dont like the idea jor! Will be boring.com!

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