How Anny Divya became world's youngest woman commanders of Boeing 777
Created by Riya Thomas Updated on Mar 06, 2022
Anny Divya, youngest woman pilot to captain Boeing 777
It's assumed that to be a pilot, you probably need to have a rich father who bought your way to the flight school. Anny was born to a lower-middle-class family and the family had its share of financial limitations. But she had solid support from her father all the way.
She joined the Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Uran Akademi, a Government-run pilot training institute in Raebareli, Uttar Pradesh, straight after school. Her father took a bank loan to pay the ₹15 lakh tuition fee for the two-year course.
All this won't have been possible without the unconditional support from this special ‘him”, who defied many odds to help his daughter achieve her dreams.
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