Meet the female WestJet pilot Emilie Christine who praised herself for Instagram

This is the female pilot who praised herself to Instagram after sharing photos of her world reflections.

First officer Emilie Christine, 31, from Toronto, Canada, has more than 38,000 followers on social media.

She received her commercial pilot's license in 2012 and now works for the Canadian airline WestJet.

Canadian pilot Emilie Christine, who has more than 38,000 followers on Instagram after sharing photos of her globetrotting

Canadian pilot Emilie Christine, who has more than 38,000 followers on Instagram after sharing photos of her globetrotting

Emilie was a pilot for eight years after obtaining her license in 2011. She received her commercial pilot's license in 2012

Emilie was a pilot for eight years after obtaining her license in 2011. She received her commercial pilot's license in 2012

Emilie was a pilot for eight years after obtaining her license in 2011. She received her commercial pilot's license in 2012

Emilie shares photos of her travels around the world. Here she is pictured posing on the beach in Antigua

Emilie shares photos of her travels around the world. Here she is pictured posing on the beach in Antigua

Emilie on rocks on the Croatian coast

Emilie on rocks on the Croatian coast

Emilie shares photos of her travels around the world. It is depicted on the beach in Antigua, on the left and on rocks in Croatia, right?

Emilie only decided in the mid-twenties that she would pursue a career in flying. She is pictured here as canoeing in Croatia, one of the last of the 35 countries she has visited

Emilie only decided in the mid-twenties that she would pursue a career in flying. She is pictured here as canoeing in Croatia, one of the last of the 35 countries she has visited

Emilie only decided in the mid-twenties that she would pursue a career in flying. She is pictured here as canoeing in Croatia, one of the last of the 35 countries she has visited

One of the things that Emilie likes most about her career are the travel options. She is pictured here in Rwanda

One of the things that Emilie likes most about her career are the travel options. She is pictured here in Rwanda

One of the winks Emilie has shared on Instagram. It shows her in Australia

One of the winks Emilie has shared on Instagram. It shows her in Australia

One of the things that Emilie likes most about her career are the travel options. It is depicted in Rwanda, left and right in Australia

Emilie says she loves everything about her career, from travel options to meeting different people in the industry.

And although she doesn't feel that she has been discriminated against because of her gender, Emilie says she feels she has to work harder to prove herself when fighting for jobs.

She said: “I absolutely love exploring and traveling and reaching the whole world makes me so free.

& # 39; The feeling of flying is almost priceless. It seems that your problems or concerns are smaller. Things are easier. I appreciate the bigger and bigger things in life. It is a feeling of freedom for me.

Emelie said: & I absolutely love to explore and travel and reach the whole world, makes me so free & # 39;

Emelie said: & I absolutely love to explore and travel and reach the whole world, makes me so free & # 39;

Emelie said: & I absolutely love to explore and travel and reach the whole world, makes me so free & # 39;

During her last trip, Emilie visited Croatia, which she says is one of her favorite countries.

During her last trip, Emilie visited Croatia, which she says is one of her favorite countries.

Emilie in Croatia

Emilie in Croatia

During her last trip, Emilie visited Croatia, which she says is one of her favorite countries. It is depicted on the left and right at two locations in the country

So far, Emilie has visited countries such as Iceland, France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Peru, Costa Rica, Cuba, the Republic of Congo, Australia and the Bahamas.

So far, Emilie has visited countries such as Iceland, France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Peru, Costa Rica, Cuba, the Republic of Congo, Australia and the Bahamas.

So far, Emilie has visited countries such as Iceland, France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Peru, Costa Rica, Cuba, the Republic of Congo, Australia and the Bahamas.

& # 39; It feels very good to know that I have achieved this so far in this industry, but it is thanks to all the prominent women who have paved the way for all of us. I studied and did the required work, just like everyone else, but hopefully as more women enter aviation, it will be less daunting, less intimidating and possibly less challenging to get more to fly.

& # 39; I hope to help more women make these dreams come true and hopefully I can look back and see that I have made even the slightest difference.

& # 39; I cannot say that I was explicitly in trouble because of my gender, but I know that it has treated me differently. As an example, I know the feeling that I am the only woman in the room.

& # 39; Whether it's at primary school to work on my first pilot's license or as one of the two ladies in my first primary school at my current employer. That in itself does not seem like much, but as a woman who is still working on her self-confidence and self-confidence, it can be quite a challenge to excel.

Emilie flies a Dash 8-Q400 aircraft and has between 12 and 16 flights a week.

Speaking of her career, Emilie said: “It feels very good to know that I have made it this far in this industry, but it is thanks to all the women who are on the road for us and who have paved the way. for all of us & # 39;

Speaking of her career, Emilie said: “It feels very good to know that I have made it this far in this industry, but it is thanks to all the women who are on our way and who have paved the way for all of us & # 39;

Speaking of her career, Emilie said: “It feels very good to know that I have made it this far in this industry, but it is thanks to all the women who are on our way and who have paved the way for all of us & # 39;

Emilie poses next to a flight simulator

Emilie poses next to a flight simulator

Emilie worked as a massage therapist, but then decided to become a pilot

Emilie worked as a massage therapist, but then decided to become a pilot

Emilie worked as a massage therapist, but then decided to become a pilot. She is pictured next to a flight simulator, on the left and in her pilot's uniform, anyway

Emilie flies a Dash 8-Q400 aircraft and has between 12 and 16 flights a week. She works for the Canadian airline Westjet

Emilie flies a Dash 8-Q400 aircraft and has between 12 and 16 flights a week. She works for the Canadian airline Westjet

Emilie flies a Dash 8-Q400 aircraft and has between 12 and 16 flights a week. She works for the Canadian airline Westjet

When it comes to pilot, Emilie says: & It may seem overwhelming, as if you can't see the end or like it, but if you continue, you'll be surprised every day how far you have come when you look back & # 39;

When it comes to pilot, Emilie says: & It may seem overwhelming, as if you can't see the end or like it, but if you continue, you'll be surprised every day how far you have come when you look back & # 39;

When it comes to pilot, Emilie says: & It may seem overwhelming, as if you can't see the end or like it, but if you continue, you'll be surprised every day how far you have come when you look back & # 39;

So far, Emilie has visited countries such as Iceland, France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Peru, Costa Rica, Cuba, the Republic of Congo, Australia and the Bahamas.

Her favorite trip so far was Croatia last year and she plans to explore Tanzania and climb the Kilimanjaro later this year.

She added: “I acknowledge that yes, being a pilot is an expensive undertaking, but I give priority to traveling for myself as a learning tool and an opportunity to grow, so that my current and future colleagues & # 39; s , our guests, my partner serve better and family, as well as nowadays, my community and followers.

& # 39; Regarding women or anyone else, trying to get into this industry just doesn't give up. Failure will happen, but failure is only true failure if you don't get it back. I have "failed" several times (flight tests, written exams), but I am constantly trying, because that is a real success in my eyes.

& # 39; It may seem overwhelming, as if you can't see the end or like it, but if you continue, you'll be surprised every day how far you've come when you look back. & # 39;

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