An All-Female Delta Team Flew 120 girls to NASA to Get Them Excited about Aviation Careers
October 18, 2019
October 18, 2019: Delta flies from Salt Lake City to Houston every day, but one recent trip was a little different, packed with girls getting a behind-the-scenes lesson about aviation.
The airline took 120 girls between 12 to 18 to NASA's Johnson Space Center last week for International Girls in Aviation Day. The event was designed to encourage more women to enter the male-dominated field, Delta said in a statement.
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