Suzanne Asbury-Oliver is an American and is the only active female professional skywriter in the world. Asbury-Oliver aviated for PepsiCo and now has her own skywriting company, Olivers Flying Circus. She estimates that in a typical year, she writes 500 sky messages in over 150 locations nationwide
Asbury-Oliver began flying gliders at 14. At 18 she was a professional aviator and had already earned her powered-aircraft instrument rating, commercial certificate, flight instructor and instrument-flight instructor certificates, and a multiengine rating. She had become an aviation professional and begun skywriting for Pepsi in the 1980s.
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