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Wed, Sep 01, 2021

GrandView Aviation, WAI Host Girls In Aviation This Month

The Event Will Take Place In Maryland, September 25

GrandView Aviation and Women in Aviation International will be hosting the next Girls in Aviation Day, set to take place at Martin State Airport in Middle River, Maryland on September 25, 2021.

"We cannot wait to introduce these girls to all the potential career opportunities in aviation and enjoy a great day learning about airplanes," says Jessie Naor, Chief Operating Officer at Grandview Aviation. 

Registered guests will receive a complimentary GIAD2021 Backpack Kit, a display and photo opportunity with a Phenom 300 private jet and Sikorsky 76D executive helicopter, multiple activity stations including a "Meet a Pilot" booth, and interactive learning activities like paper airplane races. The event welcomes girls 8-17 to participate.

Guests can expect to get a variety of benefits with three separate tracks depending on age for elementary, middle school and high school students. Education resources, scholarship information and meeting positive female role models will all be part of the day.

"Since WAI's first annual international Girls in Aviation Day in 2015, the annual WAI event has grown every year since its first gathering of 32 events and 3,200 participants. In 2019, GIAD met more than 20,000 attendees participating in 119 events in 18 countries. In 2020, WAI launched the Aviation for Girls App, and thousands of girls from nearly 60 countries participated throughout the year." (WAI)

Social distancing will be minded as attendance is capped at 50, including parents and or chaperones. Complimentary tickets must be reserved in advance through EventBrite.

FMI: www.wai.org/giad, www.eventbrite.com/e/girls-in-aviation-day-at-grandview-aviation-hangar-tickets-167752665739

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