|Birth||1901 (Northumberland, North East England, England, United Kingdom)|
|Death||1944 (Malpas, Cheshire West and Chester, Cheshire, North West England)|
Margaret Fairweather (23 September 1901 – 4 August 1944) was a British aviator and one of the first eight women members of the Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA). She flew many planes including Tiger Moths and Hurricanes, and was the first woman to fly a Supermarine Spitfire. She had previously been an instructor for the Civil Air Guard at Renfrew.
She died in a crash in 1944 shortly after the death of her husband; also on board was her sister Kitty who was injured. The cause of the crash was a mechanical problem with the fuel tank.