In celebration of Women of Aviation Worldwide Week, Brett Bonnville, Social Media Content Specialist, caught up with Branka Brnovic, one of Princeton Flying School’s Certified Flight Instructors, and one of her female students for a brief photo session. In this FAQ video, Brett explains what he is up to…
“I’m out here for a couple reasons. One is, it’s International Women’s Aviation Week, and I know having access to the flight schedule, I know Branka, who is a Princeton Airport CFI, has students flying today. The weather was beautiful, so I came out here to grab some photos of her and her students as they prepare the plane, as they get ready to take off. It’s something I don’t see a lot of. I see female student pilots, but not many CFIs who are female. So, I wanted to come out here and get a couple of pictures with her and her students and use that for future posts on the Princeton Facebook page.” ~ Brett Bonnville, Aviation Content Specialist for Princeton Flying School
Women Of Aviation Worldwide Week is a global outreach initiative that takes place annually during the week of March 8, anniversary date of the world’s first female pilot license since 1910 and International Women’s Day since 1914.
The week aims to raise awareness of aviation opportunities among girls of all ages while celebrating the accomplishments of past and present women of aviation.