Less than 1% of pilots are Black women, ‘Sisters of the Skies’ hopes to change that

Victoria Wentt, a 16-year-old student, flies a plane for the first time… and is eager to join and grow the cohort of just 150 Black female pilots who fly commercially in America.
1:42 | 10/30/20

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So what's left. They're seeing traffic. He suffered a landmark. It's going to shoot out turned towards that it. Please don't know what happens because sometimes order applies to. To be something have to see some. I have that they. Yeah Al. By someone other than that about it absolutely have been considered. Back to England have been thought of flights outside or Jason some. Most people and I don't you have actual I don't like you did it take confidently and be enough. Yeah they get what they love the there's been people they bring up the money and it's. But I tried to look past that this is what I wanna do now I want to be a commercial airlines. The very rare Sunday night. I hope to be one of them.

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