Author: Willow Willpower

Since I am small, I love planes and discovering the world. One day, my mum took me to our local aviation museum and learned about my idol Amelia Earhart. Then I know: I really want to become a pilot myself.But maybe that there are lots of girls and women pilots out there who can take me with them as a start :-)
By Willow Willpower

Santa Maria with Denise

And again an awesome weekend trip awaits me. Today we are flying to Santa Maria Public Airport. “The airport was built by the United States Army during World War II, known as Santa Maria Army Air Field. Its primary mission was to provide training for B-24 bomber pilots, however flight training was abandoned by December 1942. The field fell into…

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French Alley Airport

My first flight with Denise brought me to the French Alley Airport near to Murrieta and Temecula in southwestern Riverside County, California. On a sunny day, we flew with the Denise’ Mooney 201 and had also a look at the Wings and Rotors Air Museum in hangar 7. Here you see the BD-5J in front…

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Girls Go Fly

Today on the International Women Day, we (Eve, Nora and me) support the Young Eagles event “Go Fly Girls” in Santa Monica. We meet lots of motivated girls and we fly with them high in the sky. I bring along also a different friend: the Mattel Pilot Barbie! Be inspired by our pictures and get…

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