The aviation industry has always been an exciting and challenging field, and it takes a committed and passionate person to truly to succeed in it.
Julaisy Ramos, Manager of Maintenance Administration at Aerostar Training Services, is one of those people. She has worked her way up from an avionics technician to her current position, and is currently pursuing her private pilot certification. As we celebrate Women in Aviation Week, we take a closer look at Julaisy’s journey and her experiences in the aviation industry.
Julaisy’s love for aviation began early, with a fascination for the sound of turbines and the feeling of taking off. Although no one in her family had any background in aviation, Julaisy knew that it was the field she wanted to pursue. After graduating from high school, she originally wanted to join the Airforce to become a rescuer who jumps out of planes. However, she ultimately decided to study avionics technology, which eventually led her to Aerostar.
Throughout her journey, Julaisy has had the support of mentors and teachers who have helped her grow and succeed in the industry. One of her mentors, David Ramos, motivated her to continue in the industry and introduced her to Aerostar. At Aerostar, she has had many teachers who have helped her understand aviation concepts and she has worked with a great team who has supported her through the challenges.
For Julaisy, the best part of her job is seeing the smiles on the faces of those who come to Aerostar for the first time to use the full-scale simulator, as well as the smiles of pilots when they complete their certifications. She enjoys being a part of an industry that provides an important service and helps people achieve their goals.
Julaisy is also working on obtaining her private pilot certification, and while her initial goal is personal, she has not ruled out the idea of becoming a commercial pilot in the future. For anyone considering a career in aviation, Julaisy advises that it is a beautiful field, but it requires a lot of effort, dedication, and sacrifice. However, she believes that the reward is worth it, and that the feeling of flying is worth any sacrifice.
For those mentoring women in aviation, Julaisy’s advice is to keep going until you surpass society’s perspectives. She encourages aspiring aviators to be willing to learn, and to allow others with more experience to train and guide them. In the end, she believes that with hard work, dedication, and a willingness to learn, anyone can succeed in the aviation industry.
Julaisy’s story is a testament to the power of hard work and perseverance. She has overcome challenges and worked her way up in the aviation industry, and she continues to pursue her passion for flying. Her experiences can inspire others to pursue their own dreams, and her advice can guide others in their own journeys. We are proud to have Julaisy on our team at Aerostar, and we celebrate her and all women in aviation.