Ayesha Aziz of Kashmir realised her dream of becoming a pilot when she got her commercial licence last week. At a time when most of us are busy with our school life, this girl from Kashmir against all odds got her student pilot licence by the prestigious Bombay Flying Club. Ayesha Aziz, a 21-year-old Mumbai resident who received her commercial pilot licence last week. At only 16, Ayesha started her training and since then, she has been working hard to fly high. Aziz dreams of flying a MIG-29 fighter jet at Russia’s Sokul airbase. That is going to be the next expedition – to fly the MIG-29 fighter jet. After getting her student pilot licence in 2011, she went on to complete a two-month advanced space training course at NASA the very next year. She was among the three Indians chosen. In addition to this, she even met Rabia Futehally, the first Indian woman to pilot an aircraft as a PPL holder in the 1960’s.