TOP Women in Aerospace & Aviation To Follow on LinkedIn 2022: 69. Julia Harrington

69. Julia Harrington

Lead Captain/Base Manager at Axis Jet | NBAA Top 40 Under 40 2021 | Board Member - Chicago’s Leading Edge Chapter Women in Aviation International | NBAA Young Professionals Council, Axis Jet

69. Julia Harrington

Average Post Engagement: 24.50



What I use Linkedin for:

Networking, mentoring, connecting, sharing ideas & resources, and learning


Number of Followers:





Who am I:

I’m passionate about sharing my story with others. When I was younger, I wanted to be a corporate pilot, but I had no idea how to get there. Now I’m where my younger self dreamed of being, and I hope to inspire others with similar goals.

What I do:

I am lead corporate captain and base manager for Axis Jet’s Chicago operation. I fly and manage the running of the base in Chicago. I also fly aerobatics recreationally, and love sharing about that on social media!

Why you should follow me on Linkedin:

I love to share things that inspire me, in hopes they’ll also inspire those around me.

Who I follow on Linkedin

Jessica Webster, Jessica McClintock, Jo Damato, and Kim Kissh are some of my favorites. Champions of business aviation who share resources and encourage others in their pursuits.


Jessica Webster

Corporate Pilot | Aviation Professional | Founder and President, Hera Aviation Group

Jo Damato

Senior Vice President - Education, Training & Workforce Development, National Business Aviation Association

Kimberly Kissh

Corporate Pilot at Part 91 Operator | NBAA’s Top 40 Under 40 Class of 2020, AbbVie

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I was really proud of the workshop I gave with Jo at the WAI conference, and it was great to share about it with my LinkedIn community.

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