U.K. budget carrier EasyJet has pledged to double the percentage of prospective female pilot candidates from the current six percent to 12 percent over the next two years. In her inaugural address to the British Air Transport Association last week, Carolyn McCall said the airline will actively recruit female pilots.

“We will highlight the opportunities of pilot careers to young, female audiences, especially schools and colleges,” McCall said.

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