Winners of 5 major categories:
  • Aircraft Manufacturer of the Year
  • Airport
  • Long Haul Carrier
  • Low Cost Carrier
  • Pilot training center of the year

Aircraft Manufacturer of the Year

Airbus
WINNER 2019
Bombardier
Sukhoi
Embraer
Boeing

Innovation

You can vote in 5 major categories:

  • Diversity and inclusion initiative of the year
  • Eco product of the Year
  • Innovation & Technology: Breakthrough of the year
  • Most captivating marketing project of the year
  • Step forward in aviation training

Diversity and inclusion initiative of the year

In June 2019, the global month of Pride, inclusivity and the celebration of diversity, Air Italy has introduced the non-binary option on their web reservation system.

Air Italy
WINNER 2019

Diversity integration into the company’s strategy and all HR activities. To compete in a marketplace experiencing significant demographic changes, GT Engine Services has developed and implemented a diversity management strategy to attract and retain the best global talent.

 

GT Engine Services Limited

A nonprofit organization that offers free introductory flight lessons and mentorships to diverse groups of children, hopes to increase the number of pilots from varied backgrounds.

Fly For The Culture

Promoting and ensuring fair access to opportunities in the aerospace industry.

Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals

Virgin Atlantic replaces ‘Flying Lady’ logo with ‘Flying Icons’  for diversity. Virgin Holidays and Virgin Atlantic took Pride celebrations to new heights as the UK’s first Pride Flight took to the skies, celebrating World Pride 2019 and the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising. Passengers were treated to six hours of Pride extravagance.

Virgin Atlantic

The carrier is one of the few companies run by two women – Air France-KLM board chairwoman Anne-Marie Couderc and newly-appointed Air France CEO Anne Rigail. Air France also recently published its index on professional equality between men and women, revealing that it obtained a score of 89/100; the minimum threshold set by the French government is 75/100.

Air France

Promoting diversity & inclusion one flight at a time since 1990.

The National Gay Pilots Association

“We want to put women’s art in the sky, for the whole country to look up to.” While 51 percent of today’s artists are women, less than 13 percent of art on display in museums is by female artists. This huge disparity in representation led United to commit to carrying #HerArtHere campaign on two massive, traveling canvases — Boeing 757s.

United Airlines