North Central Section (NCS)
The 99s Mission Statement
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.
Established in 1929 by 99 women pilots, the members of The
Ninety-Nines, Inc., International Organization of Women
Pilots, are represented in all areas of aviation today. And,
to quote Amelia, fly “for the fun of it!”
THE NINETY-NINES, INC., is an international organization of
licensed women pilots from 35 countries - we currently have
over 4,800 members throughout the world. We are a nonprofit,
charitable membership corporation holding 501(c)3 US tax
status. Our International Headquarters is located in
Oklahoma City, OK.
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Registration & Schedule (DOC,
Fly into Kalamazoo / Battle Creek International Airport (AZO)
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Awards - 2018!
The Section offers three awards
each year, and nominations are due in March so the awards can be made during
our Spring Meeting.
Governor's Service Award
was created to honor Ninety-Nines who exemplify our mission and have
provided continuous service to the Ninety-Nines organization.
Spinning Prop Award
recognizes the NCS member who logs the most general aviation hours in a
one-year period. This award was created to encourage and promote more
flying by our members.
was created to honor those who support the members of the Ninety Nines
whether it be actively with the chapter or individually by doing something
as simple as letting out the dog and fending for themselves over the weekend
while the Ninety Nine is attending a Ninety Nines activity.
Next Deadline: March 23, 2018
Across 9 States
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WINTER issue is now published. Enjoy news from around the Section - member stories,
Chapter news, and
copies and leave them at your local airports!
are accepting submissions for the SPRING issue.
Please share your
stories and pictures with us.
issue submissions due NOW.
If you need help, send an email to
with your name and
Richard J. Santori Memorial Scholarship
The Richard J. Santori Memorial Scholarship offers two
annual scholarships to members of the NCS that are
administered by the Chicago Area Chapter.
One scholarship ($2,000) is offered to assist a 99 in the
completion of an additional pilot certificate or rating.
The other scholarship ($1,000) is offered to assist a
Student Pilot Member complete her private pilot certificate.
The applicant must be in good standing as a current member
of the 99s, the North Central Section, and her Chapter.
For details and the
application forms, click here -
Next Deadline: March 1, 2019