Hawaiian Airlines' Female Pilots Get Creative With #DontRushChallenge

With so many crazes and challenges going on at the moment, it can be hard to keep up. So what exactly is the #DontRushChallenge? Well, it was created by a group of young females, to showcase the versatility and individuality of all women.

With so many crazes and challenges going on at the moment, it can be hard to keep up. So what exactly is the #DontRushChallenge? Well, it was created by a group of young females, to showcase the versatility and individuality of all women.

Hawaiian Airlines female pilots recently created this awesome video, to get involved with the #DontRushChallenge and celebrate their inspirational female colleagues.

54 of Hawaiian Airlines 77 female pilots had lots of fun taking part in the YouTube video, passing their Pilot Hats, onto the next empowered women. 

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The challenge

Created by a group of students in the UK, the #DontRushChallenge was created to empower and encourage women to embrace their beauty with and without makeup – hence the passing of the make-up brush as a metaphorical baton.

The video features the song “Don’t Rush” by U.K. rap duo Young T and Bugsey, which has now been used in thousands of videos around the world.

Hawaiian Airlines Female Team

Hawaiian Airlines female pilots got involved with this cool challenge, trading the make-up brush for a pilot’s hat, to celebrate HA’s team of incredible female pilots, currently at home and waiting for the call to be able to take to the skies once again.

According to Women in Aviation International, 42,694 women make up seven percent of today’s pilot force, an increase of 7,000 since 2000, when only three percent of pilots were women.

Hawaiian Airlines is at the forefront of women in aviation, with the first all-women crew flying in 1979, and the highest percentages of female pilots in the industry, making up nearly 10 percent of its pilot workforce.

Go on the girls!

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