New England Women In Aviation Exhibit After Hours

The Museum will hold a New England Women In Aviation after hours event
Saturday, October 5, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Plans are underway for the installation of a permanent exhibit at the New England Air Museum dedicated to notable achievements of women in aviation and aerospace. Women who have made significant contributions as pioneers, pilots, aeronauts, astronauts and engineers will be celebrated in this unique and important exhibit.

Bonnie Tiburzi Caputo, pictured here in 1973 as a new graduate from the American Airlines Flight Academy, was the first woman to be hired as a pilot for a major US commercial airline

You are invited to meet some of these women and hear their stories, at a special evening event. In addition to Ms. Caputo, these other women in aviation are planning to participate:

     Terry VandenDolder
     Lt Col USAF Reserve (Ret.), Commercial Airline Pilot
     Lucy Young
     Naval Aviator, Test Pilot, Commercial Airline Pilot
     Kristen Snow
     Squadron Commander Air National Guard
     Pat Harmon
     Engineer, Pratt & Whitney
     Anne Bridge Baddour
     Test Pilot, Engineer and Philanthropist

Click here to learn more about the planned New England Women In Aviation exhibit.

If you have any questions, please contact Ron Katz, Director of Advancement and External Relations, by phone at 860-623-3305 X317, or by email .

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