Some good news from easyJet.
The airline reports that it has hit a "key milestone" in its aim to ensure that 20% of new pilots joining the firm by 2020 will be women.
easyJet says it has "achieved a new high of 15% of new entrants to the airline being female, over the past financial year".
Chief executive Johan Lundgren says: "As well as encouraging applications from women now, we also recognise we need to start young so that we can be simultaneously changing perceptions of the career and so improving the gender balance of the profession for years to come.
"That is why our pilots have completed more than 100 school visits last year and we signed up to sponsor the Girlguiding Aviation badge for Brownies to get girls interested in flight at an early age."