Women in Construction: What We Can Learn From Aer Lingus

We were recently watching a YouTube video that documented the first flight by Aer Lingus from Dublin, Ireland to Los Angeles International Airport. The flight was conducted on a new Boeing aircraft, and the cinematography was stunning as the airplane crossed the Atlantic Ocean into the continental United States. In addition to being the first Aer Lingus flight on that route, it was also a flight crew that was comprised entirely of women. We wondered what the analogy would be for the construction industry. What is construction's equivalent of an all-woman flight crew for a long-haul airline route?


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