Frontier Pilots Vote to Merge with ALPA
A landslide 93% of Frontier pilots cast votes in support of merging with ALPA, with 93% of eligible Frontier pilots voting. An independent union, the Frontier Airlines Pilots Association (FAPA), currently represents the airline’s 1,000 pilots. The merger must be ratified by ALPA’s Executive Board when it meets on May 18-19 and will become effective on June 1.
State of Our Skies: Canada
As the voice of airline pilots in Canada, ALPA will never cease to advocate on behalf of our industry and aggressively call for the real change that is necessary for Canadian airlines and their workers to maintain the highest standards of safety and thrive in the global marketplace.
The Case for Secondary Barriers
Secondary barriers could add an extra layer of security to your flight. Learn more about the issue and then tell Congress to mandate secondary barriers on all commercial passenger planes.
Lithium Batteries Not Included
Lithium batteries are more volatile than many goods currently shipped as hazmat; they can self-ignite when damaged, defective, or exposed to a heat source. Learn more about this important safety issue and tell Congress the United States must set the standard for the safe air shipment of lithium batteries.
ALPA Issues Pilots’ Safety, Security and Labour Priorities for Canada
Canadian Government Must Foster a Safe and Competitive Airline Industry and Jobs
ALPA Hails Congressional Opposition to Norwegian Air International
Lawmakers direct DOT to enforce U.S.-EU Air Transport Agreement.
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- IFALPA Conference Statement on Norwegian Air International
- ALPA Speaks on Global and National Issues at CAPA Americas Aviation Summit