Pilot of all trades
Having soloed at the age of 22 in an Aeronca seaplane, Pauline Glasson began a life of flying that included duties as a test pilot, crop duster, sky writer and air ambulance pilot. She was a founder and frequent competitor in the Women’s Air Classic and a life member of the Ninety Nines, an international organization of women pilots. She operated a flight school in Corpus Christi, Texas, where she shared her passion for flight with hundreds of student pilots. During her career as a pilot, she logged over 60,000 flight hours.