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Tabassum Pardesi, the First Pakistani Female to own an Airline


Biz Today International recognizes an ethical responsibility to correct a factual error media got it wrong to Title Ms Huma Batool to be the first Pakistani Woman to own an airline.

As per our research Ms Tabassum Pardesi is the First Pakistani woman to own an Airline .She is born in Pakistan and have been residing in South Africa since 2011. She is a Pakistani who is Africa’s first female airline founder .

She is a power house in the Aviation Industry and her company Uprise Aviation in South Africa offers airline consultancy , aircraft management services and aircraft sales .

Her remarks to Biz Today when contacted was “Titles do not matter – I wish best luck to Miss Huma Batool to make her way to the Skies . Aviation is a system that was originally designed by men and for men . If we as women have to fit in this system the only driver for Women in Aerospace is the passion for Aviation itself “. Quoted Tabassum Pardesi

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