Trousers, Pilot, Frontier Airlines, Emily Howell Warner

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First Officer

Frontier Airlines, 1973

Emily Howell Warner broke through the gender barrier to become the first American woman to fly routinely for a scheduled U.S. commercial airline. An experienced pilot when regional carrier Frontier Airlines hired her as a second officer in 1973, Howell soon advanced to first officer (co-pilot) and then to captain.

Gift of Emily Howell through Frontier Airlines