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(Photos) Three female pilots make Bahamasair aviation history
May 25, 2012 - 12:35:42 PM

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Nassau, Bahamas - Bahamasair announced May 22, 2012, that in February, three female pilots were promoted to Dash 8 aircraft captains, a first in the airline's history. Pictured at Bahamasair's hangar at the Lynden Pindling International Airport from left: Captain Gwendolyn Ritchie, Captain Gail Saunders and Captain Frances Smith. (BIS Photo / Letisha Henderson)


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Bahamasair announced May 22, 2012, that in February, three female pilots were promoted to Dash 8 aircraft captains, a first in the airline's history. Pictured sitting in the cockpit of a Dash 8 aircraft at the Lynden Pindling International Airport from left: Captain Frances Smith, Captain Gwendolyn Ritchie and Captain Gail Saunders. (BIS Photo / Letisha Henderson)



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Bahamasair announced May 22, 2012, that in February, three female pilots were promoted to Dash 8 aircraft captains, a first in the airline's history. Pictured from left: Henry Woods, Managing Director, Bahamasair; Captain Frances Smith, Captain Gwendolyn Ritchie, Captain Gail Saunders, and Captain Paulo Cartwright, Director Flight Operations, Bahamasair. (BIS Photo / Letisha Henderson)


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