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

The Boeing Company


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

Women in Aviation International is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the encouragement and advancement of women in all aviation career fields and interests.

Girls in Aviation Day

Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals. A nonprofit organization dedicated to the encouragement and advancement of minorities in all aviation and aerospace careers.

Aerospace professional development program (APDP)

National Gay Pilot Association – the largest organization of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender aviation professionals and enthusiasts from around the world.

The Cape Cod Classic provides members an opportunity to experience Provincetown while bonding over our common love of aviation. The event features breakout sessions, a general aviation-themed keynote address, fly-in, and formal dinner banquet, among other activities.


A program developed to offer women greater opportunities for entering the pilot community. The initiative is being promoted in partnership with the British Women Pilots’ Association. Female cadets who are selected may have their training loan underwritten by easyJet.

easyJet Amy Johnson Flying Initiative

Initiative of BWPA (British Women Pilots’ Association) which aims to support women in aviation and to encourage participation in aviation by women.

The Purpose of the project is to raise awareness, particularly amongst women and girls but also young people from diverse backgrounds, about aviation as a potential career choice.
Working with schools and aviation organisations BWPA goal is to inspire young people to learn to fly and to enthuse them about aviation.

The Aviatrix Project

The Foundation’s national awards program, The Elsie MacGill Awards  (“The Elsie”) was established in 2009, and each year honours up to eight women for their contributions in specific aviation and aerospace disciplines. Award categories are: Flight Operations, Government, Business, Education, Pioneer, Engineering and Rising Star.

Northern Lights Aero Foundation

An international organization for women who hold positions of impact in the aviation and aerospace industry. Founded in 1988, IAWA brings together women of achievement and promotes their advancement throughout the world


Women & Aviation Africa comprises a range of initiatives, including GFPA Aviation and Space Camp + Fly for “STEM” Africa campaign.

Women & Aviation Africa

The purpose of Freedom in the Air (FITA) is to make flying more accessible for people with disabilities. We challenge, we educate, we give transferable skills through learning to fly. FITA enables people to fly higher socially, physically and professionally

Freedom in the Air

Aerobility provides advice, knowledge and advocacy for disabled people who wish to fly, and is the representative body for disabled aviation within the UK.


The highlight of each year is the Annual Women Soaring Seminar where members from all over the country meet to encourage and support each other and to soar.


Working to inspire girls and young women worldwide to dream big, and achieve more – especially in the fields of aviation and STEM.

Dreams Soar

The fifth annual Girls Take Flight event at the Oshawa Airport was the biggest and the best Girls Take Flight event ever! A free aviation event meant to encourage girls and women to go into aviation.

1,000 people attended, including members of the community, politicians, media, pilots, ground volunteers, speakers, and people staffing the exhibitor booths.

Girls take Flight Oshawa