An Afghan Aviator’s Hope

An Afghan Aviator’s Hope

Shaesta Waiz wants her round-the-world trip to inspire girls everywhere.

By Arielle Emmett, Air & Space Magazine

In Kabul this summer, a hundred young Afghan girls swarmed around 30-year-old Shaesta Waiz, the first woman from Afghanistan ever to hold a civilian fixed-wing pilot’s license. Waiz was born in 1987 in a refugee camp in Afghanistan. Today she is circumnavigating the globe… Click here to read the full article.


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