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More than 100 years after Harriet Quimby broke down barriers as the first woman to earn a pilot certificate, there are still very few women who choose flying as a career.
Worldwide, only 3% of airline pilots are women, the Royal Aeronautical Society said earlier this month.
Now, there's a move to change that."Aviator Penny Hamilton has established an project called Teaching Women to Fly in an effort to encourage more women to go after a career as an airline pilot.
Author Laurie Norato has researched women pilots for a new book called Crossing the Horizon which was published in October 2016.. It's a novelized version of history - about three women and their co-pilots who attempted to fly across the Atlantic Ocean (before Amelia Earhart finally succeeded