Europe’s largest regional airline has begun an initiative to bring more women into aviation, in the same week as the UK’s pilots’ union expressed fears that rising costs increasingly mean that only the wealthy can become flightdeck crew. UK-based Flybe has launched “Flyshe,” a program that hopes to inspire young women to consider a wider variety of career options, such as pilots, engineers or senior managers. Independent research recently conducted for ...

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