tmb tracey curtis johnsonTracey Curtis-Taylor took off from Farnborough in the U.K. on October 1st 2015 in her open-cockpit 1942 Boeing Stearman biplane on route to Sydney, Australia.

Curtis-Taylor says her 12 - 14 week trip has been inspired by Amy Johnson's 1930 solo flight from Britain to Australia and her route will follow Johnson's as closely as possible. You can follow her travels on as well as at @biplanebird on Twitter and on Facebook.

(source Flight International issue Oct 19/15)

Premier Traveler announced their celebration of inspiring women by naming the "Most Compelling Women in the Travel Industry" for 2015. Captain Judy Cameron who just retired, was honoured for her trail blazing career from her start in aviation to her final position as an Air Canada Boeing 777 Captain!

(source: The Daily - Nov 12, 2015)

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