This is your captain speaking..

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  1. I just saw a tweet on your timeline from Jet Airways acknowledging this post of yours! I’m sure the pilot must feel so proud to have you notice and appreciate her.
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  2. This made me so proud. The change is there, slowly and gradually but its there. So wonderful that you could meet her. Maybe a pic with her?
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  3. Anonymous says:

    Bangalore to Mumbai was one of the only trips where I once had an experience of a woman pilot along with male Co-pilot. The same thought struck me at that point of time. However describing and putting it beautifully in words is a commendable job done by as always… 😊

  4. Eli says:

    Oh, what a fun theme to read about. Great. I guess the good thing is that at least they can become what they want – and get education to a pilot if they like! Thats not the case in all countries in the world. I found it so interesting I googled …. not a lot of female pilotes anywhere in the world though…
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  5. Laurel Regan says:

    What a wonderful experience! Those are rather sad statistics, but I’m glad things are heading in a more balanced direction (at least I hope they are!).
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  6. Wow… those stats are sad… just 3 %. I’m glad they are rising and I certainly look forward to being on my first flight with a woman pilot (yes, I thought about it and realized that I too had never been on one yet)
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  7. Geets says:

    And I am yet to experience a flight with a woman pilot.. Lucky you are woman!
    Loved reading it.. and I missed so many of your posts Parul.. Hopping to all of them!

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  8. Vinitha says:

    That’s awesome that you met with the captain. I have flown a lot but never had a woman captain yet. 🙂
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  9. Alana says:

    I haven’t flown in years but it would make me feel proud – and safe, to be flown by a woman.
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  10. Aditi says:

    Wow! Feels really good knowing this! More power to women!
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  11. Sreesha says:

    Yes! Let the gap be bridged further! 🙂 🙂 🙂
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  12. This was an empowering post. It feels nice to know women are pushing the envelope to enter newer professions. I got this feeling earlier when I was returning from Delhi to Bangalore recently when the captain made the announcement of his and his co-pilot’s name. The co-pilot was a woman.

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