IRON BIRD MONIKA
27 Nov, 2017
Non Fiction: Self-Improvement
The world of aviation is widely known as the world of men. Although nowadays, there are more female pilot, but the number is very small. This condition is similar in other countries, let alone in Indonesia. Iron Bird Monika, The Story of a Female Pilot who has Three Times More Fighting Spirit than a Male Pilot reveals the story of a struggling young woman who has become a pilot. There are many challenges. Multiple failures. But with an unwavering willingness, a resilient mental attitude, the desire to learn continuously, and her parents’ prayer; Monika has successfully
become a pilot. In fact, she is now the Captain of an airline.
This book is a reflection of a fighting spirit and unwavering willingness in reaching the dream, without concerning the gender.
TNI AU Marshals (retired), Former Chief of Sta at TNI AU and an Aviation Expert
This book could open our eyes about the reality in the aviation industry, especially in the life of a pilot. The stories that are presented in this book shows the author’s struggle to reach her dream. I hope the reader could get the benefit from it.
Head of Air Transportation and Safety Authority at Region 1 Soekarno-Hatta Airport