New Years message from IFALPA President, Captain Ron Abel.
IFALPA has been made aware that flight crews have no access to information indicating the time of transmission of uplinked CPDLC messages. The possibility of a delayed message cannot be ruled out which could lead to an old clearance being delivered past its validity time or to the wrong aircraft.
1 DECEMBER 2017
The New Zealand Air Line Pilots’ Association (NZALPA) today applauded the record prison sentence of five months handed down by a British court to a man who pointed a laser at a police helicopter.
21 DECEMBER 2017
The New Zealand Air Line Pilot’s Association (NZALPA) was today delighted at the Supreme Court ruling to uphold the Court of Appeal decision on the safety areas required at major airports in New Zealand.
Ryanair today (Fri 15 Dec) announced that it has written to the pilot unions in Ireland, the UK, Germany, Italy, Spain and Portugal inviting each of them to talks to recognise these unions as the representative body for pilots in Ryanair in each of these countries, as long as they establish Committees of Ryanair pilots to deal with Ryanair issues, as Ryanair will not engage with pilots who fly for competitor airlines in Ireland or elsewhere.
MONTREAL, Canada –The International Federation of Air Line Pilots’ Associations (IFALPA) strongly supports the decision made by the Air Line Pilots Association, Int’l (ALPA-I) to provide financial, logistical and staff support for the recent unionization efforts by pilots at Europe’s Ryanair.
24 August 2017
The New Zealand Air Line Pilot’s Association (NZALPA) has today asked the Supreme Court to uphold and confirm the recent Court of Appeal decision on the safety areas required at major airports in New Zealand.
14 July 2017
Pay Inequity For Air New Zealand Pilots To Continue
The New Zealand Air Line Pilots’ Association (NZALPA) expressed its disappointment today at the decision of the Supreme Court of New Zealand to uphold the Court of Appeal’s jurisdiction to overturn the contractual right of all Air New Zealand’s Second Officer and Boeing 737 (B737) First Officer Pilots to be paid the same increase in remuneration regardless of union affiliation.
Statement from the New Zealand Air Line Pilots’ Association