The United Arab Emirates (UAE), Britain and Ethiopia operated all-women flights on the International Women's Day (IWD).
The UAE operated an all-women crew flight – dubbed the "Superwomen Flight" – from Dubai to San Francisco.
The crew of EK 225 flight consisted of 75 women from more than 25 nationalities.
The Emirates' biggest world plane was piloted by Canadian captain Patricia Bischoff and British first officer Rebecca Lougheed.
British Airways also operated Britain's biggest ever all-female flight to celebrate International Women’s Day.
The crew of the flight – which flew from London Heathrow to Glasgow – comprised 61 women.
Ethiopia also marked the occasion by operating an all-women flight from Addis Ababa to Argentine's Buenos Aires.