As RunwayGirl basks in the glory of having reached beyond 10,000 twitter followers, it is testimony to the influential role that women play in the industry.
Flightglobal has launched a dedicated page on Women in Aviation which highlights how women have not only provided the glamour, but also the brains and the determination to take their talents sky high.
On this page you can click on a range of features from the extensive PDF archive to read about the achievements of Amelia Earhart and Amy Johnston among others, as well as buy images as prints from the Flightglobal Image Store.. soon to be uploaded.
In 1954, Flight published an article which cited that women in aviation began to be noted from 1783.
The first paragraph of that article says: "It is still considered a matter of some moment for a woman to be closely concerned with aviation.... and she must have a sturdy spirit to overcome the prejudice which still assumes that the air is the man's domain."
Our website's video channel became a treasure trove of clips from the 2011 Paris air show.
Jon "FlightBlogger" Ostrower quizzed Robert Dewar, vice-president of Bombardier's CSeries programme, Mary Kirby conducted a tour of the Boeing 747-8 Freighter and SuperJet International chief Carlo Logli discussed the Russian-Italian regional jet with her on a media demo flight.
In blogs, The Green Wing noted that "Lufthansa must be feeling a bit miffed at having been pipped to the post by KLM for the title of first airline to operate a commercial scheduled flight powered by alternative fuel".
And The DEW Line featured a grainy photo issued by the Japanese ministry of defence. It captures a Chinese navy UAV in flight.