BWPA

AcronymDefinition
BWPABritish Women Pilots' Association (UK)
BWPABritish Wood Pulp Association (est. 1896; UK)
BWPABackward Wave Power Amplifier
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Gail's pony image was a finalist in the 2010 BWPA awards.
Entries are open for the 2011/12 BWPA competition with a first prize of pounds 5,000.
The BWPA filed a writ petition before a single judge in September 2009 seeking directions for the BIS to take action against illegal units.
Julie Westhorp, Chairman of the British Women Pilots Association, said: The BWPA partnership with easyJet in the launch of the Amy Johnson Flying Initiative represents a step change in the promotion of flying careers to women.
The British Women Pilots Association (BWPA) has for over sixty years promoted flying as a career to young women and supported the award of scholarships and bursaries, in addition to outreach programmes going into schools and colleges.
Pauline Vahey, of the British Women Pilots' Association (BWPA), said women are still massively under-represented in aviation and she hopes Vorderman's example will encourage others to take up flying.
Dr Lesley Runnalls, also a member of the BWPA, said the first solo flight is always a memorable occasion for any would-be pilot.
Pauline Vahey, chair of the British Women Pilots Association commented: The British Women Pilots' Association (BWPA) is delighted to partner with easyJet in this ground-breaking initiative.