Our partners

We have partnered with peak bodies with an interest in women in the aviation and aerospace sector.

Aviation/Aerospace Australia

Aviation/Aerospace Australia (A/AA) is an independent, not-for-profit organisation which aims to contribute to the long-term health of Australia’s aviation, aerospace and space industries. The key priorities of A/AA are gender diversity, workforce planning, leadership, skill growth, school outreach and sustainable futures.

Women in Aviation/Aerospace Australia

Women in Aviation/Aerospace Australia (WA/AA) is an initiative to promote the issue of gender diversity and the participation of women within the aviation and aerospace sector in Australia . It offers a network for women to connect with industry peers, inspire future generations to join the industry, and excel in their chosen careers.

The Flightdeck Group

The Flightdeck Group develops, designs and delivers programs and initiatives to engage, empower and inspire young women and men to pursue fulfilling careers – now and in the future. It delivers programs and events nationally and locally with key industry partners to provide equity of access to opportunity with a focus on gender and cultural diversity and social inclusion.

Women in Aviation Australian Chapter

Women in Aviation-Australian Chapter is a NFP organisation that represents all parts of the aviation/aerospace industry. WAI Australian Chapter aims to inspire the next generation of women to embark on an aviation career and encourage them to become leaders in the sector.

western sydney women

Western Sydney Women (WSW) advocates for women from the Inner West, Greater West, North West and South West of Sydney to become economically independent and confident. WSW designs bespoke programs to help women re-enter the workforce, build confidence and/or assist with financial independence.

National Women in Transport

National Women in Transport is a partnership initiative facilitated by the National Transport Commission in partnership with the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and the Arts and Infrastructure Australia. The initiative was launched in March 2022 with the aim to increase diversity and to create an inclusive modern transport industry.

National Women in Transport is also about facilitating connections and networks for women across transport – read more on our website.