Exceptional female pilots

2017/11/10
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Since the early days of aeronautics, many women have proven themselves through their exploits and determination, on board both aircraft and spacecraft. The French Air and Space Academy and Univers Science invite you to share a moment with these three exceptional women, on the afternoon of November 16, at the Palais de la Découverte.

Since the early days of aeronautics, many women have proven themselves through their exploits and determination, on board both aircraft and spacecraft. The French Air and Space Academy and Univers Science invite you to share a moment with these three exceptional women, on the afternoon of November 16, at the Palais de la Découverte.

From 2 p.m., Dorine Bourneton, the first paraplegic woman to work as an aerobatics pilot, will be present with Boeing 777 pilots in command Isabelle Guillard and Valérie Loevenbruck, to share their experiences and careers with you.

A chance for the general public, especially young people, to discover how, through resourcefulness and perseverance, these female pilots entered such exciting jobs.

Free admission on November 16, 2017, from 2 p.m. at the Palais de la Découverte (subject to availability)

Dorine Bourneton
Dorine Bourneton

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