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The Sky’s No Limit – Girls Fly Too! Offers Free Flights for Females of All Ages

 The Sky's No Limit – Girls Fly Too! Offers Free Flights for Females of All Ages March 12-13 at the Abbotsford International Airport.

The Sky’s No Limit – Girls Fly Too!

Dreams are about to take flight for women of all ages in the Fraser Valley.

On March 12-13, The Sky’s No Limit – Girls Fly Too! returns to the Abbotsford International Airport, offering all females, from infants to grandmothers, the opportunity to find out what’s behind the fence, up high in the sky and under the hood at the airport.

This one-of-a-kind celebration of aviation is part of an outreach initiative focused on achieving gender balance in aviation and aerospace.

In addition to hands-on activities for the whole family, free flights in a small aircraft are being offered for all female first-time fliers of any age. Note: previous airline experience is OK. Advanced registration is required for flights.

And while the flights are only for female participants, males are encouraged to be part of this free outreach event to inspire female future leaders in Aviation, Aerospace, Marine & Defence by participating in the various activities that will be on site.

For more information, and to register online for a introductory flight, visit www. Girlsfly2.ca

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What: The Sky’s No Limit – Girls Fly Too!

When: March 12-13, 2016, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Where: Abbotsford International Airport

One of Vancouver’s top Mom Bloggers, Kristyl Clark is a work-at-home mom of two little Valley girls proving there is nothing bland about the burbs. Her adventurous family seems to always be out on some sort of crazy quest, from helicopter rides and wild river rafting, to top-secret paranormal investigations and living the high-life sampling the fine wines and foods of the Fraser Valley region. The ValleyMom.ca blog inspires her loyal fanbase through the trials and tribulations of suburban family living, guiding readers to local hotspots and hidden gems in her Canadian backyard

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