Resources Page

This is a resource page for Ninety-Nine members to learn more about different aviation organizations, aviation resources, and education opportunities to gather more information on aviation activities, education, and scholarships.  If you know of an aviation resource that you feel would be of benefit to your fellow members or information you would like to see added to this page, contact the webmistress.

 
 

Aviation Organizations

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Northwest Section of the Ninety-Nines

The Northwest Section of The Ninety-Nines is one of 10 sections in North America and represents chapters in the States of Alaska, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Washington, Oregon, and Wyoming.  Check out their website at http://nw99s.org/index for more information on section activities and events, conferences, meetings, and scholarships.

 
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Women in Aviation

This is an international organization that is committed to supporting women in all fields of aviation through scholarships and education.  Check out their website at https://www.wai.org/  to learn more about their activities.  WAI holds an international conference for women every year and also has numerous numbers of scholarships for women pursuing all different kinds of fields within aviation.

 
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Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association

AOPA is an international organization of pilots from around the world.  Since 1939 their mission has been to make aviation accessible to everyone with the passion to learn how to fly.  The organization offers a wide variety of supportive services to it's members, holds annual fly-ins, and is very active in advocacy to protect general aviation.  AOPA also offers wonderful education materials, books, and videos for student and veteran pilots alike.  Their Flight Training magazine for student pilots has been rated as one of the best, with informative articles and information.  For more information, check out their website at https://www.aopa.org/

 
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Experimental Aircraft Association

EAA is an organization that promotes and supports recreational flying as well as experimental aircraft.  Always had a dream of building your own airplane?  EAA offers it's members opportunities to become involved with the building and flight of experimental aircraft and offers a huge variety of educational opportunities and classes.  EAA is also active with the Young Eagles, which is an educational opportunity for pilots to share their love of flight with kids.  EAA also sponsors the annual OshKosh Fly-in in Wisconsin.  For more information, click on https://www.eaa.org/eaa

 
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Washington Pilots Association

WPA is a organization of pilots that works to advance and protect the interest of general aviation in Washington State.  This is accomplished through advocacy, outreach, education, and social activities.  To learn more about the activities of this organization of WA pilots, click on https://www.wpaflys.org/

 
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Whirly-Girls

Whirly-Girls International is an organization dedicated to helping promote and advance women in helicopter aviation.  Whirly-Girls offers numerous helicopter events for it's members and also offers scholarships for women who are aspiring to become helicopter pilots.  To learn more about opportrunities available through this organization, click on https://www.whirlygirls.org/