Yesterday November 22, Ellas Vuelan Alto association, driven by aerospace industry women, organized its first meeting since its official presentation on September 20. In the meeting, that took place in the Secretariat for Equality assembly hall there was an intense debate about the future of the aerospace and airline industry in Spain. A debate led exclusively by women.
Spain is the fifth aviation power in Europe, after Germany, France, Italy and United Kingdom, and one of the few countries in the world with integral capability for the development of a complete airplane, from the design to engineering, production and service. Besides our country is one of the few ones to offer airplane maintenance and improvement of production processes and phases, which is a high added value.
To continuously protect and back the airplane industry in Spain has been the subject of debate in the meeting with the presence of Celia Muñoz, Iberia sales manager for United Sates and Asia, Cristina de Bustos, CTD general manager, Clara Tébar, TEDAE operational manager and Estefanía Matesanz, Dean of COIAE and EVA secretary.
Flyschool was present supporting the development of the sector from the future pilots training point of view. Management and students attended the event.