An American airline celebrated its first flight with only women native to the state of Hawaii.
The milestone was reached this week by Hawaiian Airlines, the flag carrier of the American island state of Hawaii. On flight HA-90, from Honolulu to Boston, and operated by an Airbus A330-200, there were only native Hawaiian women on the crew.
The flight was led by Commander Kimberly and first officers (copilots) Mahina and Alyssa. As it is a state with a very low population due to the small size of the islands, it is difficult for crew members of native or Hawaiian origin to be part of the company, as many male and female aviators choose to go to work on the mainland.
And it becomes even more difficult when talking about women and those with roots from the native peoples of the Pacific. The unprecedented feat was celebrated by the airline on its Twitter: