Women pilots of the Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA) in flying kit at Hatfield, UK January 10, 1940. 

tmb women of the ataThe Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA) was a British civilian organization set up during the Second World War and headquartered at White Waltham Airfield that ferried new, repaired and damaged military aircraft between factories, assembly plants, transatlantic delivery points, maintenance units (MU's), scrap yards, active service squadrons and airfields, but not to naval aircraft carriers.

(Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline of women in aviation)

Just Planes has posted a video from its 'Cockpit Views' series of a Royal Air Maroc B-787 piloted by a female crew from Casablanca to New York. 
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