International Organization of Women Pilots, are represented in all areas of aviation today.
What does IOWP stand for?
IOWP stands for International Organization of Women Pilots
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Samples in periodicals archive:
She's still someone we look up to," said Bertie Duffy, past chairwoman of the San Fernando Valley Ninety-Nines International Organization of Women Pilots, which Earhart co-founded and presided over.
Charles Borromeo Church, the Massachusetts Aeronautic Association, the Hennigan Center, Melbourne, FL and the Worcester Art Museum; she was a charter member of the International Organization of Women Pilots and was a sponsor of Arts Worcester.
The activities mark the 20th anniversary of a relay flight by members of The 99s, an international organization of women pilots, who flew a five-handled Ames ceremonial shovel from West Virginia through the Ohio Valley and Midwest to Atchison, Kansas, to take part in tree planting ceremonies at the International Forest of Friendship.
Byline: DENNIS McCARTHY Here's all you need to know about the Ninety-Nines to understand where this international organization of women pilots is coming from: One of their members recently turned 91 and had to sell her plane because she was too old to fly it anymore.
Barton belongs to The Ninety-Nines, an international organization of women pilots founded in 1929 and the ``most elite flying group in the world,'' Claire Walters race coordinator and 55-year member said.