The 99s – Inspiring Women Pilots Since 1929

Orange County 99s are a dynamic group of women pilots based in and around John Wayne Airport, Orange County, California. We are the local chapter of  Ninety-Nines, the International Organization of Women Pilots founded by Amelia Earhart in 1929.

Since 1962, the OC 99s have promoted aviation through educational, scientific, and community service. We encourage women to fly through individual mentoring and scholarships.

Our members range from future women pilots to Private, Commercial, Corporate, and Airline Transport Pilots.  Monthly activities include general meetings, featured events, and fly-ins to other airports.

There is something for everyone in The Ninety-Nines.

OUR MISSION –The Ninety-Nines is the International Organization of Women Pilots that promotes advancement of aviation through education, scholarships, and mutual support while honoring our unique history and sharing our passion for flight.

We Serve Our Community

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We Fly

We Have Fun

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4 Responses to The 99s – Inspiring Women Pilots Since 1929

  1. Does this organization speak as role models to at-risk girls? The Women’s Journey Foundation is a non-profit org that has a free self-esteem program. We are hosting our 13th annual Free Self-Esteem Conference for girls on October 27 in Irvine. We are looking for women pilots to inspire these girls. We are expecting over 300 girls this year.

  2. Ryan says:

    Hi, I am Ryan Todd, my mother was Eleanor Todd. I’m passing along this job exam announcement for a Pilot for the California Department of Fish & Wildlife. The candidate would also have to complete the enforcement academy, which I think the Department would pay for/sponsor.

    “The following exam is being offered:

    Warden-Pilot, Department of Fish and Game
    Final Filing Date: February 23, 2018

    If you meet the qualifications for this exam, we encourage you to apply. You can find the bulletin on our CDFW website at https://www.wildlife.ca.gov/Employment. The bulletin also provides a detailed description of the qualifications and items needed.

    To apply for this exam, you must submit a Standard State Application (Form 678), postmarked by the Final Filing Date of February 23, 2018. You can apply either by mail or in person. Log on to http://www.jobs.ca.gov ( http://www.jobs.ca.gov/ ) and create your online application by clicking on the “My Account” tab.

    Address any questions regarding this exam to the Human Resources Branch at (916) 653-8120.”

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