Arooba Faridi has marked history after she makes her country Pakistan proud by becoming the youngest female aerospace engineer. Recently, she has received International Aircraft Maintenance License. Faridi holds a maximum Basic categories license from EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency). This indicates her license involves CAT A1 & B1.1 (Aeroplanes Turbine) CAT A2 & B1.2 (Aeroplanes Piston).
She has been striving for 7 years to reach the goal she has attained today. Finally, she has gained recognition as an aircraft engineer. Arooba breaks stereotypes in the male-dominated society.
Arooba started her adventure as an aerospace engineer on below-category aircraft (Aeroplane Piston). After that, she registered herself for the EASA Part-66 exams (Modular exams for aircraft license). She didn’t stop there and after spending 4 years she decided to work on the above category aircraft (Aeroplane Turbine).
Furthermore, she continued to increase, improving her practical experience for 2.5 years more as needed for a basic EASA license. Now she reached the destination for which she was longing. She makes her country proud by making a history. Arooba has got congratulatroy messages for her success.