"It's a lot of hard work, but I'm willing to take it on..." says first female to win pilot training scholarship at Farnborough

Miriam Pratap
Miriam Pratap says she welcomes the challenge of learning to fly at Farnborough

The first woman has joined a scheme that allows young people to learn how to fly at the British home of aviation in Farnborough.

NIneteen-year-old Miriam Pratap from local area, has been awarded a scholarship to help her start her training. Learning how to become a pilot can cost more than £100,000.

flight simulator
Some of the pilot training takes place in a flight simulator

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First woman wins pilot training scholarship at home of aviation

The first woman has joined a scheme that allows young people to learn how to fly at the British home of aviation in Farnborough.