Difference between revisions of "Elizabeth Simbi Petros"

 
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On 13 November 2015, Elizabeth Simbi Petros and [[Chipo Matimba]] became the first pilots to fly a Boeing 737 from [[Harare]] to [[Victoria Falls]] in [[Zimbabwe]]’s first-ever all-female flight deck crew. Only one male was part of the cabin crew.<ref name="H">Roselyne Sachiti, [https://www.herald.co.zw/beautiful-history-in-the-skies/ Beautiful history in the skies], 'The Herald'', Published: November 14, 2021, Retrieved: May 21, 2021</ref>
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On 13 November 2015, Elizabeth Simbi Petros and [[Chipo Matimba]] became the first pilots to fly a Boeing 737 from [[Harare]] to [[Victoria Falls]] in [[Zimbabwe]]’s first-ever all-female flight deck crew. Only one male was part of the cabin crew.<ref name="H">Roselyne Sachiti, [https://www.herald.co.zw/beautiful-history-in-the-skies/ Beautiful history in the skies], ''The Herald'', Published: November 14, 2021, Retrieved: May 21, 2021</ref>
  
 
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==References==

Latest revision as of 13:07, 21 May 2021

Elizabeth Simbi Petros

Elizabeth Simbi Petros is a Zimbabwean pilot who works for Air Zimbabwe as a Captain. In 2015 she one of the first pilots to fly a Boeing 737 from Harare to Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe’s first-ever all-female flight deck crew. Only one male was part of the cabin crew.

Career

On 13 November 2015, Elizabeth Simbi Petros and Chipo Matimba became the first pilots to fly a Boeing 737 from Harare to Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe’s first-ever all-female flight deck crew. Only one male was part of the cabin crew.[1]

References

  1. Roselyne Sachiti, Beautiful history in the skies, The Herald, Published: November 14, 2021, Retrieved: May 21, 2021