The UAE’s first female Emirati commercial pilot, and a member of Dubai’s royal family, wants to see more women join her in the aviation industry. To make that happen, Capt Sheikha Mozah bint Marwan Al Maktoum, launched the Women in Aviation Association in October last year to offer direction and support to women interested in pursuing a career in the industry. “Aviation is a male dominated industry and I hope to change that,” she told The National on the second day of
Capt. Shaikha Mozah Bint Marwan Al Maktoum, Lieutenant Pilot, Dubai Police, talks about the importance of women empowerment in the UAE at the Global Women’s Forum Dubai on 17th February, 2020.
For Sheikha Mozah Al Maktoum the sky’s the limit There’s no doubt that the ruling family of Dubai is full of talented individuals. So it comes as no surprise that the first female pilot in Dubai is an Al Maktoum. With her family leading the way in congratulating her milestone achievement, Sheikha Mozah Al Maktoum has undertaken her first assisted flight as a commercial pilot. Read More
Heralding a unique ‘Game-Changer’ session at the Global Women’s Forum Dubai 2020, Captain Sheikha Mozah Bint Marwan Al Maktoum touched the Forum’s audience with her inspirational story of how she became not only the UAE’s first Emirati commercial female pilot but the first woman to join the Dubai Police Air Wing as First Lieutenant Pilot. During the moving session, she highlighted that the support she received from her family and the UAE’s leadership were instrumental in achieving her dreams.