Promote, Defend, Advance (and Celebrate): ALPA’s 62nd Air Safety Forum Recap

This week in Washington, D.C., ALPA hosted its 62nd Air Safety Forum, an annual event that brings together airline pilots, subject-matter experts, and government and industry partners for in-depth discussions to drive improvements in aviation safety, security, and pilot health. During the four-day event, ALPA honored outstanding contributions by pilots and featured panels that addressed long-standing and emerging issues in key safety areas.

This year, in addition to ALPA leaders and pilots, the Air Safety Forum featured keynote addresses by TSA Administrator Peter Neffenger, NTSB Chairman Chris Hart, NATCA President Paul Rinaldi, NAV CANADA President and CEO Neil Wilson, and Transport Canada Assistant Deputy Minister Laureen E. Kinney.

View pictures from the event, catch up with the conversation on social media by searching #ASF62, and be sure to save the date for ALPA’s 63rd Air Safety Forum—July 19–20, 2017. 

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