Virgin America Representation Election Vote Opens
The vote for Virgin America pilots to elect the Air Line Pilots Association, International (ALPA) as their certified collective bargaining representative opened May 13. The more than 600 pilots will have an opportunity to cast their secret ballot through Thursday, June 4, 2015.
The time to act is now! Make your voice heard on the upcoming legislation reauthorizing the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Thanks to the power of our pilots, ALPA has a seat at the table during this important time. Learn more about our proposals and help make sure the voice of the pilot is heard.
Restore Open & Fair Skies
State-owned enterprises (SOE) are a rapidly evolving threat to the U.S. airline industry. Thanks to Open Skies agreements, they're able to fly into the United States. But "open skies" doesn't mean "fair skies"; these airlines receive billions in subsidies from their governments—subsidies that aren't allowed under the Open Skies agreements they use to gain access to American cities.
State of Our Skies: Canada
Canadian airlines, like those in the rest of North America, are facing turbulence in the global marketplace.
ALPA: Keep America Flying Safely and Fairly
Capt. Tim Canoll, ALPA’s President, Addresses International Aviation Club of Washington
- Leadership from the Cockpit: No Shortage of Ideas to Attract Regional Pilots
- Mayors of U.S. Cities Stand Up for a Level Playing Field and American Jobs
- Alaska Air, JetBlue Take Top Spots in JD Power Airline Survey
- CQ Roll Call: A Deal is a Deal
- From Atop Parliament Hill: Key Issues Facing the Canadian Transportation Sector