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International Society of Women Airline Pilots
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Membership Requirements


Our memberships are exclusive to female qualifying pilots who fly qualifying aircraft.

A “Qualifying Pilot” is a woman who serves as a Flight Crew Member and holds a seniority number at a FAR Part 121 or 129 Air Carrier or ICAO equivalent and possesses an Airline Transport Pilot Certificate or ICAO equivalent. This includes all pilots who are on medical leave, furloughed or retired.

A “Qualifying Aircraft” is any aircraft that weighs over 40,000 lbs.or 18,000 kilos flown on the certificate of an FAR Part 121 or 129 Air Carrier. 

Non-U.S. applications shall reflect corresponding qualifications.

Berlin
Berlin 2015
If you meet these requirements, Please join us! Click on membership signup on the left hand menu.


TORONTO 2017


Why do you need to pay dues to belong?

Being a nonprofit 501(c)3 charity means we have to have a bookkeeper, accountant, and of course our website from Club Express isn't cheap.

We also pay for a booth at Women in Aviation (WAI) and we do scholarship interviews there. We've found that is the best way to attract great applicants for our scholarships is to recruit through WAI.

We work hard to keep our costs down, and board members do not get paid or compensated. (We do pay for hotel rooms at WAI and IFALPA... but only a portion of the total cost.)