Air Mail Act of 1934
From the Association’s inception, ALPA’s first president, Capt. Dave Behncke, understood that favorable aviation legislation and regulations could help protect and enhance the pay and working conditions of line pilots. The Air Mail Act of 1934 provides a brilliant first example of just what working directly with government policymakers can accomplish.
What measures are being taken to prevent laser strikes?
FAA Administrator, Michael Huerta, answers ALPA's safety questions.
Registration Now Open for the Air Safety Forum
The 2016 Air Safety Forum will take place August 22-25 at the Washington Hilton in Washington, D.C.
Take Action Now
Tell Congress to stand up for U.S. jobs, enforce our agreement, and deny NAI a foreign air carrier permit.
ALPA Reaches Record in Work to Inspire Future Pilots
Union Celebrates More than 30 Years of Promoting the Piloting Profession