When we think of pioneering women in aviation history, names like Amelia Earhart or Sally Ride often come to mind. However, there are many other women who have left their mark on the industry, breaking barriers and defying gender stereotypes.
In Spain, one of those women is Bettina Kadner, the first to reach the rank of commander in Spanish commercial aviation.
In this post, we will explore her life, her achievements and the legacy she has left for future generations. Will you join us?
- Her first steps in aviation
- Bettina Kadner’s pioneering struggle
- Bettina’s professional career
- Bettina Kadner today
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