BECOMING A FEMALE PILOT
Happy International Women's Day
In honour of International Women’s Day, we wanted to highlight a female pilot who has put in the time, effort, and passion to become an incredible Stick ‘n Rudder pilot.
She commenced her love affair with flying back in the 1990s and, since then, nothing has stopped her from becoming a female pilot (and owning her own aircraft).
If you need some female inspiration, then have a read of her pilot journey and why she chose Stick N’ Rudder.
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Introducing: Terissa Kerr-Robinson
I started my career after university as a cadet pilot in the 1990s, however I lost class 1 in medical, so couldn’t become a commercial pilot. But I always wanted to return to flying privately. So, I achieved a class 2 in medical, bought a Cessna aircraft, fell in love with flying even more – nothing has stopped me.
What made you choose Stick N’ Rudder?
I chose Stick N’ Rudder because they are the best because:
** They offer tailwheel endorsements
** They are friendly and personable
** The staff are professional
** The instructors are world-class
Describe your pilot journey with Stick N’ Rudder:
There were unforeseen interruptions due to covid19 and airline work, but Stick N’ Rudder were always accommodating, flexible and available with alternative options.
What’s your favourite place to fly and why?
Over my home village: Peregian beach and Noosa. There are views for miles. 💙🛫
Are you ready to channel your inner Amelia Earhart?
Are you now feeling inspired to begin your own pilot journey?
Our team is ready to help you.
Most people start by ‘testing out the air’ with our Trial Introductory Flight before completing the Recreational Pilot Certificate (RPC).
We appreciate that there’s a lot of information out there about learning to fly so don’t feel afraid to ask a question.