NZALPA hosts and maintains the website which has now been fully redesigned, modernised and made more user-friendly. There is a new ‘latest news’ section which highlights the latest Erebus media coverage; and a new guestbook where visitors can share their memories and reactions to the disaster.
The site will be kept updated with the latest news and events, such as developments with the national Erebus Memorial.
NZALPA President, Captain Andrew Ridling, says the Erebus legacy has been with him throughout his aviation career. “I’ve worked alongside inspiring colleagues and fellow NZALPA members who followed family members into the industry, despite losing them so tragically on that fateful day in Antarctica,” he says.
“One of NZALPA’s lasting legacies is the incredible effort the association put in to protect colleagues and their families, their worker’s rights and their professional reputations in the tumultuous months that followed and from unfair conjecture and blame.”
Captain Ridling will be one of the speakers at the commemorative service at the Erebus Crew Memorial Garden at Auckland Airport on Thursday afternoon.
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