A Meetup for women who are interested in aviation and aviation related activities. Sponsored by the Colorado 99s, the Denver Chapter of the oldest pilot's organization for women pilots. The Ninety-nines were founded in 1929 by Amelia Earhart and 98 other licensed women pilots.
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The Colorado Chapter of Ninety-Nines, a member of the International Organization of Women Pilots, was chartered on September 28, 1941. Our chapter has over a hundred members and is the largest chapter in the South Central Section.
Meetings are normally held on the second Saturday of each month at the Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport (BJC). We also host a Social Hour every 4th Thursday at either Centennial Airport (APA) or Rocky Mountain Metro (BJC). Please check the calendar for more information and locations on specific meetings.
The organization's purpose is to engage in educational, charitable and/or scientific activities and purposes, and particularly to promote aeronautical science. We provide many educational and safety activities.
The Ninety-Nines members work together as a group to provide support to other female pilots through each individual member's enthusiasm, interest and imagination. This support is carried through to the female student pilots who are just beginning to work toward their ultimate goals.