Aviation for Women

SEP-OCT 2018

Aviation for Women is the flagship member publication of Women in Aviation International. Articles feature women who have made aviation history, professional development ideas, and current-topic articles.

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S E P T E M B E R / O C T O B E R 2 0 1 8 AviationforWomen 1 65 A V I A T I O N F O R W O M E N S E P T E M B E R / O C T O B E R 2 0 1 8 Peggy Chabrian, Ed.D. Publisher Kelly Murphy Editor-in-Chief Nancy Bink Art Director Meghan Plummer Proofreader Columnists Meg Godlewski Patricia Luebke Devan Norris Contributors Linda Berlin Kathryn B. Creedy Kristna Fallon Elena Lodge Janine Schwahn ScoƩ M. Spangler Julie Stone Aviation for Women, (ISSN 1525-7762), Volume 21, Number 5, is published bimonthly by Women in Aviation International, 3647 S.R. 503 South, West Alexandria, OH 45381; Tel. 937-839-4647; Fax 937-839-4645. Reproduction by any means in whole or in part of any copy, photograph, or illustration without written permission from the publisher is prohibited. Periodicals postage paid at West Alexandria, OH, and additional mailing office. Postmaster: Send address changes to Women in Aviation International, 3647 S.R. 503 South, West Alexandria, OH 45381. Canadian Publications Agreement No. 400- 42-433; Canadian return address: Station A, PO Box 54, Windsor, ON, N9A 6JS; E-mail: cpcreturns@wdsmail.com Membership dues include Aviation for Women subscription valued at $34/year. Non-member subscription rates: Domestic–$34/year; Outside the U.S.–$44/year Single copies–$6.00 PRINTED IN U.S.A. Columns 38 INTERNATIONAL FOCUS: SEE HER, BE HER The Farnborough Interna- tional Airshow was the venue for a unique event for young girls to meet female aviation role models. by Elena Lodge 41 TIPS FROM A CFI The background on FAA's new rule on Aviation Training Devices by Meg Godlewski 42 IN THE PUSH Explaining the ins and outs of the cheap pilot stereotype by Devan Norris 44 PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT Handling criticism from yourself as well as others by Patricia Luebke Departments 2 PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE 4 EDITOR'S LET TER 6 WAI NEWS 8 WAI CHAPTERS 15 WAI MEMBERS IN THE NEWS 18 WHERE ARE THEY NOW? How my WAI scholarship changed the entire course of my life. by Janine Schwahn 46 THE WAY WE WERE: CESSNA 1960 47 CALENDAR OF EVENTS 47 MEMBER CENTRAL 48 IN OUR OWN WORDS: WISDOM FROM A WORKING MOM A business owner and mother of two youngsters shares her thoughts on the challenges of a work/life balance. by Kristine Fallon On the Cover Posing in a new AW139 heli- copter, CharloƩe Pedersen, WAI 80915, has a worldwide perspecƟve of the helicopter arena and has incorporated it at Luxembourg-based LuxaviaƟon, an award-win- ning business jet operator. Photo courtesy of LuxaviaƟon AviaƟon for Women® is the official publicaƟon of Women in AviaƟon InternaƟonal. Women in AviaƟon InternaƟonal® is a registered trademark of Women in AviaƟon InternaƟonal. C o n t e n t s 20 OPEN THE RIGHT DOORS FOR AN AVIATION CAREER Charlotte Pedersen believes knowledge equals confi- dence. Her journey from a Danish Air Force helicopter pilot to a CEO at one of the largest European business aviation companies is evi- dence of her mantra. by Kathryn B. Creedy 24 DESIGNING WOMEN Learn what it takes to design a customized office or comfortable living room in the sky from talented ladies at Gulfstream. by Julie Stone 30 REDEFINE RETIREMENT How to approach retirement with a new attitude by Linda Berlin 34 PARACHUTE PARADOX Elsa Henning's dedication to aerodynamic deceleration by Scott M. Spangler 16 WAI SCHOLARSHIPS WAI has added more 2019 scholarships. Visit our website and apply by November 12, 2018, to help your aviaƟon dream come true. Features w w w . W A I . o r g

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