“Most Beautiful Pilot” from Eva Air Went Viral; Was Previously Trained as a Girl Group


Stunning Transformation: From Girl Group Sensation to EVA Air’s Top Female Pilot

If you’ve ever admired the attractiveness of air stewards and stewardesses, you might want to take a glance at some pilots as well. A pilot from EVA Air has been capturing the internet’s attention after a viral photo of her made the rounds.

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Jiang Mi, a popular Taiwanese influencer, and a flight attendant for EVA air, posted a picture of her, saying that she is the best female pilot in the airline.

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She was a Former Member of a Taiwanese Girl Group 

But there’s more to the story. While many expressed their praise and compliments, some netizens quickly discovered that the pilot in question, Wang Sing, was once a member of Taiwanese girl group, AKB48 TP.

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For those unfamiliar, AKB48 TP is the sister group of well-known Japanese girl group, AKB48 and the “TP” stands for Taipei, the capital city of Taiwan.

Wang Sing, who used the nickname Cindy during her girl group days, continued performing until she graduated from university.

While she enjoyed her time in the spotlight as part of the girl group, Wang Sing revealed in an interview that she felt that this career path was not sustainable in the long run. Additionally, performers tend to be considered “old” once they hit the age of 20. Hence, she made the bold decision to switch gears and pursue a career in the airline industry.

She was Just in Singapore Not Too Long Ago

This captivating pilot recently visited Singapore in October of this year. She shared a vlog on Instagram, giving followers a glimpse of her accommodations and iconic sights of the city, including the stunning Marina Bay Sands.

During her visit, Wang Sing, indulged in local delicacies such as kaya toast, laksa, Hainanese chicken rice and the beloved beverage, Milo.

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Being a pilot is unquestionably no easy feat, and it’s worth highlighting that the percentage of female pilots worldwide only ranges from 4% to 6%. This figure is notably small compared to their predominantly male counterparts.

Wang Sing definitely stands out in the industry, not just for her striking appearance but for her hard work and talent as well.