- A woman praised the all-female flight crew who piloted the plane she and her hubby was on
- Taking to #ImStaying, the lady shared a photo of the female pilots
- One of the pilots also took to Facebook to gush about making it in a 'man's world'
On 14 October, Nicky Strathern and her husband, Paul, were on their way back from Walvis Bay when they spotted that the flight crew were all women.
She captioned the post:
"Yesterday (14 October) my husband and I had the privilege to be flown home from Walvis Bay by a proudly South African all lady crew on SA Airlink. Ladies thank you. Another reason why #iamstaying."
Carol Ann Du Toit commented:
"Super proud of you young ladies."
Dudu Mbatha-Manyane added:
"Beautiful beautiful photo girls, doing it for our nation. Good work ladies."
Mando Ralonya said:
"Wow! Woman power rocking the cockpit. Safe taking off and landings for keeps with Gods grace."'
One of the pilots, Frangelina Ladl, also took to the group to gush about being an all-female flight crew.
While the two ladies are already living out their dreams, one young lady is still working hard towards getting her wings.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that a dedicated mom has been working hard selling biscuits to fund her daughter's dream of becoming a pilot.
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