ALPA Pilots Are Trained for Life
How do airline pilots keep people and cargo safe at seven miles above the earth?
You Are Pilot Partisan
We are committed to legislative issues that affect our members—from FAA reauthorization to transporting hazmat to pilot training requirements and everything in between. Get the facts and get involved.
ALPA's 64th Air Safety Forum: July 30-August 2
Join us in D.C. to address the latest in aviation safety and security with industry and government experts, explore technical and educational exhibits, network with experts, and much more.
Keep Flying Safe
Air safety should be a matter of course. Not geography. Tell your legislators to say NO to weakened pilot qualifications.
ALPA Welcomes UAE Commitment to Fair Competition for U.S. Airlines
Test will be whether UAE ends subsidies, tncreases transparency, and freezes future Fifth Freedom service to the United States.
- National Officers Report ALPA’s Accomplishments at Executive Board Meeting
- ALPA Turns Up the Heat on Effort to Remove Dangerous Provision from FAA Bill
- ALPA Disappointed by U.S. Court Decision to Uphold Department of Transportation Norwegian Air International Permit Award
- Frontier Pilots Say Negotiations Are at an Impasse, Ask Government to Impose Deadline on Talks
- Cargo Airline Pilots Respond to New FAA Bill