Twenty-five-year-old Ayesha Aziz from Kashmir is India’s youngest feminine pilot, who obtained a license to fly a aircraft on the tender age of 15. At age 16, she was educated to fly a MIG-29 jet at Russia’s Sokol airbase.
“I believe Kashmiri ladies are doing very effectively, particularly in schooling. Each different lady in Kashmir is doing her Masters or her doctorate. Individuals of the Valley are doing nice,” Aziz, who graduated in aviation from the Bombay Flying Membership (BFC) and obtained a industrial license in 2017, advised information company ANI.
“I selected this discipline as a result of I’ve beloved touring since a really younger age and was very fascinated by flying. One will get to satisfy so many individuals. This is why I needed to be a pilot. It is fairly difficult as a result of this is not like a traditional 9-5 desk job. There is no fastened sample and I’ve to continually be able to face new locations, various kinds of climate, and meet new folks,” she stated.
“On this career, one’s psychological state needs to be very robust since you’ll be carrying 200 passengers and it is an excellent accountability,” she added.
“I’m very fortunate that I’ve dad and mom who’ve supported me in the whole lot. With out them, I might not have been in a position to get to the place I’m at the moment. I’m continually on the lookout for progress, on knowledgeable and private degree. My father is my biggest position mannequin,” she stated.