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Playlists: “Women DoIT WELL”

There’s absolutely nothing like Music. It affects the mood like nothing else. It has the power to lift you and even express the deepest depths of your feelings. It’s a connector. A conduit. Whether working out —-driving for a long trip, the perfect Play List makes that much better. So of course if you’re flying, the elevation you’d experience from an amazing playlist is nothing short of wonderful.

For our first playlist titled “Women DoIT Well’ we found it only right that we begin with some fun yet powerful songs from powerful women. We collaborated with Pilot, Model and Influencer, Jalyn aka Miss PILOT to bring you a diverse group of talented women who’ve shattered many ceilings in their own lives to hopefully encourage you while you’re on the journey of doing the same in your own life.

So get your autopilot ready and enjoy!!!! Let us know what you think.

Women DoIT Well Playlist

Bad Girls – M.I.A

U.N.I.T.Y – Queen Latifah

Diva – Beyoncé

Savage Remix – Megan thee Stallion (feat. Beyoncé)

Chloe x Halle

Glamorous – Fergie (feat. Ludacris)

Control – Janet Jackson

Confident – Demi Lovato

Bo$$ – Fifth Harmony

Stronger – Kelly Clarkson

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Happy 1st International Black Aviation Day!

Happy 1st International Black Aviation Day! We love this! Right in the middle of Black History Month, all around the world we take a distinct moment to celebrate the contributions of Black Humans in aviation around the world past and present.

This day has been long in the making and is finally here. Largely credited with its creation is Casey Grant. Grant was one of the first Black Women to serve as a Commercial Flight Attendant for Delta Airlines. She’s made it her mission to uplift the contributions of Black Aviators.

Photographed Casey Grant as a Flight Attendant

We know how important it is to share our stories. In sharing our stories it becomes a reality that others can now see. It allows others to see themselves —- therefore giving them permission to dream. Grant has also shared stories by authoring books “Stars in the Sky” and “Stars and Beyond.”

And now. We all have the opportunity to share and elevate the stories of the Black Aviators who have added so much to an industry where there are still few as far as representation is concerned. The great news is, that’s changing. The more we see it, the more we lift the generations that will come.

So once again, Happy 1st International Black Aviation Day. Cheers on many more to come!!!!

Check out this list of organizations built by Black Aviators who have paved the way and are building ramps of opportunities for others today!!!!