Why Women Pilots Should Join The Ninety-Nines!
Bay Cities Chapter Members
Amber, Private Pilot, aircraft owner
Katie, Private Pilot
I was lucky enough to learn about the 99s shortly after getting into aviation. However, I thought I had to be a private pilot to join. The day I learned I could join as a student pilot, I signed up immediately and never looked back! I’ve been fortunate enough to win scholarships to help pay for my training, make some of the best friendships I’ve ever known, and be a part of something bigger than myself, all while having fun with other like-minded women. It is incredible to be with women from all walks of life, from 20-year-old student pilots to retired airline captains to women in their 40s waking up one day and deciding they don’t want to wait another second to follow their flying dreams. We continue to lift each other up to accomplish our goals, knowing there’s room for us all to succeed. I love my time spent with the 99s and will be a member for a long time to come.
Louise, Private Pilot, aircraft owner
(After attending a Section Convention) It so happened that weekend marked one year of having my pilots license and one year being a Ninety-nine, which I was able to share with the whole group. I typically shy away from joining organizations, but this one has brought me such joy. I felt like I could have spent hours with any ONE person, just hearing their flying experiences. That does not happen often in a group. I am looking forward to helping host our section meeting so it can be a meaningful experience for other pilots.
Happy full thankful heart. Let’s fly!
Kath, Private Pilot with Instrument Rating, Semi-retired
To work with other woman pilots in supporting general aviation. To share flying and travel adventures with like-minded women. Winging Parties and Section Meetings are awesome!
- Judy, Private Pilot, Retired Nurse
First of all I am a Ninety-Nine because of other 99s that let me know about the organization. I feel so proud to be part of an organization that has done so much to preserve the history of women aviators as well as create a support system for women pilots of the future. Camaraderie, learning, sharing, flying fun and promoting aviation. The best part is being able to fly myself to a Section Meeting and getting to know other women pilots.