First all African American Female Crew of a Commercial Airliner





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Uploaded on Feb 27, 2009

I think ASA might have made History!

Our African-American women continue to demonstrate professionalism, intelligence and unlimited potential as they contribute to our overall struggle for unlimited freedom, access and opportunity in America . The sisters on Flights 5202 and 5106 (a jet owned by Atlantic Southeast Airlines) have proven that African-American women can do anything if just given a fair opportunity.

Their aviation success is a very proud moment for us all.

I'm not 100% sure, but I'm almost positive that we might have made history on Thursday, February 12, 2009. I was a part of an all African American female crew. I'm attaching the photos and you can pass them along to whomever. We were so excited!

We operated ASA flight 5202 from Atlanta to Nashville and flight 5106 from Nashville back to Atlanta . The crew included CPT Rachelle Jones, FO
Stephanie Grant, FA's Robin Rogers and Diana Galloway!


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