30 May 73rd Annual IFALPA Conference May 30, 2018 In March, the 73rd Annual IFALPA Conference was hosted by the Airline Pilots Association of Luxembourg (ALPA) in Luxembourg City... Read more>> Related Posts IFALPA Annual Conference In early May, pilot associations from across the globe gathered in Montreal for the 72nd annual International Federation of Airline Pilots (IFALPA) conference with some sixty member associations represented. Read more>> 71st IFALPA Annual Conference The 71st IFALPA Annual Conference was held in New Orleans from 14-18 April 2016. Read more>> IFALPA Annual Conference: The Global Voice of Pilots Each year, the International Federation of Air Line Pilots Associations (IFALPA) holds a general assembly in the form of a four-day conference where nearly 500 participants, representing their Member Associations, meet with other professionals in the airline pilot community to discuss current developments and recommend policies to promote the highest level of flight safety. Read more>> IFALPA Madrid 2015, 70th Annual Conference The 70th IFALPA conference was hosted in Madrid by the Spanish union SEPLA. Read more>> IFALPA Conference 2018: Atypical Employment Models In April, pilots from across the globe gathered together for the 73rd annual International Federation of Airline Pilots (IFALPA) conference with 58-member associations in attendance. The conference was preceded by the Global Pilots’ Symposium which is run by the world’s three largest global alliances: Oneworld... Read more>> An Account of the IFALPA Conference Berlin 2019 The yearly gathering of the world’s pilots from all across the globe took place in Berlin for the 74th International Federation of Airline Pilots Association (IFALPA) conference. The conference opened with a full day Global Pilot Symposium run by pilot representatives of the three largest Alliances being Oneworld, STAR Alliance and Skyteam. Here the current issues facing pilots all over the globe are discussed and debated in a panel format. And whilst change is ever constant in this industry, some elements do stay the same such as the threat to typical pilot employment models, Trans National Pilot Groups, and pilot unity. Read more>> Comments are closed.