2020 Scholarship Application
2020 Spring Section Meeting Registration
2020 NY-NJ Section 99s, Scholarship
The NY-NJ Section 99s, Inc. NY-NJ Section Scholarship is awarded to a female pilot or female student pilot in recognition of her earnest desire to further her aviation achievements. Application must be postmarked no later than March 31, 2020.
Spring 2020 Section Meeting
Oneonta, NY — The New York/New Jersey Section Spring 2020 Section meeting was held on Saturday, April 18, 2020
July 7 - July 12, 2020
Long Beach, CA — Look forward to seeing many of you in Long Beach!
Air Race Classic Essay Winner
June 18, 2018
Avon, NY — Congratulations to Samantha Horne of the Finger Lakes Chapter. Samantha was a first time racer essay contest winner. We are proud of your accomplishments!
NY-NJ Ninety Nines Spring Section Meeting
April 20, 2017
Hamilton, NY — Once again, a wonderful and productive section meeting took place, with a special guest appearance by Dawn Seymour, WASP (we helped her celebrate her 100th birthday), and a fantastic presentation by Naomi Wadsworth. Thank you 99's for the great turnout.
Samantha Horne earns Instrument Rating
Samantha Horne of Finger Lakes Chapter Ninety-Nines earned an Instrument rating on her pilot certificate January 7, 2017. To obtain her Instrument Rating, Samantha passed an oral and a flight exam with a Federal Aviation Administration designated flight examiner. Samantha, a resident of Avon, NY, completed her flight training at Sporty's Academy, located at the Clermont County Airport.
NYNJ Section Meeting - Girl Scout Event
A great way to celebrate the 90th Year of the 99s near the historic site where it all started!
Qantas Introduces Female Pilot Uniforms
By Russ Niles / www.avweb.com; May 1, 2016
If the lure of adventure and faraway places isn't enough to attract women to the cockpit, at least one airline is hoping that appealing to their fashion sense will. Qantas Airlines has introduced its newly designed pilot uniforms and for the first time there are designs specifically tailored for women. Oh, they still have to wear ties (they're female-only ties, though) and military-style hats, but the new uniforms are a big improvement over the truncated men's wear that have hung in female pilots' closets for decades. "It is a really big change," A330 Capt. Debbie Slade told the Sydney Morning Herald. "Especially for the females, it has got a little bit of shape and it is made to fit girls rather than girls wearing a boy's uniform."
WASP from South Bristol still carrying banner for female World War II pilots
By Julie Sherwood Jun. 6, 2015
June 6, 1944, marked a turning point in World War II as about 160,000 Allied troops stormed a handful of beaches along the coast of Normandy, France.
Known as D-Day, the battle fought 71 years ago today against choppy seas and heavy German resistance gave America and its allies the foothold needed to end the war’s European conflict in the spring of 1945.
While 16 million Americans served in the war, which officially ended with the surrender of Japan in September 1945, fewer than 1 million of those Americans are alive today. By 2036, no living veterans of World War II are expected to be left. With so little time remaining to hear first hand from those who served, efforts to share the memories of the Greatest Generation have become more pronounced.
Dawn Rochow Balden Seymour of South Bristol is one of those Americans.
I Did It: Heather Howley’s helicopter business is soaring
Cari Scribner/Women@Work; Friday, February 20, 2015
Business is literally taking off for Heather Howley. As CEO and lead pilot for Independent Helicopters, LLC, operating out of Newburgh and Saratoga Springs, Howley is confidently leading the charge with flying colors.
The story of how this 32-year-old, who still gets carded when buying lottery tickets, launched the thriving company begins with a case of wanderlust.