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With International Women’s Day around corner dela, national airline of India, Air India, is all set to make history. Celebrating the power of women, the AI 173 flight that will take the Delhi-San Francisco route without stopping for a record was set to be longer only women in the world out and supported flight.
The flight leaving New Delhi on 6 March at 0235 hours land in San Francisco at 0600 hrs, after covering 17 long hours. This first of its kind serve flight passengers with a personal entirely by women, either cabin crew, cabin crew, check-in staff, doctor or customer.
Under the command of Captain and Captain Kshamta Bajpai Shubhangi Singh, chief of the flight will captain Ramya Kirti Gupta and Captain Amrit Namdhari. Not only that, the ground staff – from technical operator, engineer, flight dispatcher and trimmer – all also be women.
Speaking at the felicitation ceremony, Captain Kshamta Bajpai said, “I feel really blessed to be part of the family of Air India. Only when desired can be admitted to this desire. Only when dream can come true this dream.” Captain Ramya Kirti Gupta admits that the desire to achieve great follow in the gap for these initiatives. “It is a proud moment. It’s a 17-hour flight we are taking, covering 14,600 km with a travel speed of 1200 kmh,” she says. For the captain Shubhangi Singh, the flight marks a momentous day in your life.
“You need to work hard. There is no shortcut to success. I come from a modest family, and no aviation experience. I am overwhelmed to be part of a team all-women in aviation history. It’s a long flight covering several countries, there are several procedures that would have to consider, “says Singh. Speaking about this special flight, Ashwini Lohani, CMD of Air India, said: “It will be the longest to be operated by a crew historic flight and all-women The airline has immense respect for women and this flight would be a symbol. Empowerment of women. “