November 28, 2022
Let us look at TOP 10 Female Kenyan Pilots Gracing the Skies
India is the country with a maximum number of women pilots in the world. In a tweet the Union Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said Indian carriers employ close to 12.4% women pilots.

How long does it take to become a pilot in Kenya?

For the first basic license, the Private Pilots License which takes six months to complete, the school charges Sh800,000. To obtain the second level license, the Commercial Pilots License, a training must pay Sh2,600,000 with the training estimated to last between 8-12 months.

Kenya has been blessed with bold women who have continued to venture into careers that were previously seen to be a preserve of men.

In the aviation field, our women have been breaking the glass ceiling and have been dominating the skies, inspiring young ones who would wish to join the profession.

Let us look at TOP 10 Female Kenyan Pilots Gracing the Skies– The list is random and we only picked 10 available at the time with no criteria- there are currently  a minimum of 30 Female Pilots in Kenya.

1. Captain Emmy Chepkwony who flies the B737 is one of the Kenyan beauties making the country proud.

Let us look at TOP 10 Female Kenyan Pilots Gracing the Skies
Capt. Emmy Chepkwony flies the B737. Photo: Irene Koki Mutunga.
Source: UGC

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