Nancy Bird-Walton has been remembered as a woman who lived with the "grace of a glider and the determination of a jet fighter". On her funeral many poeple made their way to the church to honor Nancy and the legacy she has left. The extent of her legacy could beseen through The number of, pilots among the congregation. "As we come together today to celebrate Nancy's life, we also celebrate her aviation achievements which have inspired generations of female aviators. As a female pioneer of aviation, Nancy showed it was possible to follow your passion in a male-dominated industry. Nancy believed that anyone who wanted to should have the chance to fly." spoken by Grace Slater, the president of the Australian Womens Assosication. Nancy's grandaughter spoke that Nancy, had annh "infectious passion for life and possessed a generosity and spirit that could not be matched." Prof Bashir said Nancy Bird-Walton "belongs to Australian history, without a doubt". "Having had the joy of meeting Nancy-Bird on several occasions, it is not difficult to imagine her soaring to the heavens," she said. "She will never be forgotten for the life of Nancy-Bird Walton is enshrined in the history of Australia." The words of her family and friends and even the public shows that her name will be remembered for years to come and the achievements that she has made. Many women are pilots or are training to be a pilot. Nancy has inspired people young and old to do what they want to do and strive for their highest. The new Qantas plane was named after Nancy in 2009, "Nancy Bird-Walton". Nancy will be remember through the plane and also through the achievements she has made. Now Nancy is described and talked about as a very inspirational women to younger women who want to be a pilot let alone follow there dreams.