Defying tradition as a female pilot
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Defying tradition to become a pilot in Indonesia

Indonesia is one of the most hazardous places in the world to fly. But Patricia Christabele, a 23-year-old pilot with the country's national carrier Garuda, flies small planes to remote and stunning islands, and loves it.

She tells the BBC why she dreams of becoming Garuda's first female captain.

Video journalists: Rebecca Henschke and Haryo Wirawan

  • 05 Aug 2016
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