These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Image copyright Easyjet Easyjet says it has doubled the number of female pilots in a year after launching a recruitment drive. The Amy Johnson initiative named after the first female pilot to fly solo from the UK to Australia, prompted a surge in applications. However, it said that target was "stretching". Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionEasyjet CEO Carolyn McCall tells Radio 4's Today the aviation industry needs to address stereotyping They include Kate McWilliams, 26, who earlier this year became the world's youngest female captain for a major commercial airline. That means every female captain in the world could fit onto an A aircraft.
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As told to Christopher Bonanos Photo: You think about flying the actual airplane and the money. I joined an airline in If you were a flight instructor you were moving up to regionals, if you were in the regionals, you were moving up to the majors.