I was trilled when I came across the youngest female commercial pilot who is only 21 years of age and a Ghanaian. I couldn't keep this young, beautiful and amazing pilot to myself than share for all to her name.
Meet Audrey Maame Esi Swatson, Ghana's Youngest Female Commercial Pilot. Born in 1997, Audrey attained this enviable feat at the age of 21. She's now a First Officer with Passion Air, a Ghanaian airline company and flies the Dash8 Q-400 aircraft.
She is a product of Ghana Christian High School, Audrey went to the Mach1 Aviation Academy in South Africa at the age of 18, for her flight training. At age 19, she had her first solo flight and went on to obtain her Commercial Pilot Licence at age 21.
Such an achievement, this young beautiful Ghanaian pilot is safely transport people form places to place, putting Ghana on the map, Ghana is indeed filled with greatness.
Here are some adorable photos of Audrey Maame Esi Swatson in her uniform.
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