ALPA


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ALPAAir Line Pilots Association
ALPAAdult Learning Programs of Alaska
ALPAArbitrated Loop Physical Address
ALPAArnhem Land Progress Association (Northern Territory, Australia)
ALPAAustralian Livestock & Property Agents Association (Australia)
ALPAAdelaide LAN Party Association
ALPAAlaska Long-Period Array (seismology)
ALPAAssociation of Little People of Alberta (Canada)
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Founded in 1931, ALPA is the largest airline pilot union in the world and represents over 58,000 pilots at 33 US and Canadian airlines.
ALPA staff has supported FAPA's bargaining efforts via a services agreement prior to opening contract negotiations on March 2, but the merger will give Frontier pilots access to the full range of ALPA services and support.
In a statement issued yesterday (20 October), ALPA said: The new agreement provides across-the-board increases to hourly pay rates and new-hire compensation, a significant signing bonus, retirement plan enhancements, work-rule improvements, and other positive modifications.
This includes the manufactured parts that get quoted by machining manufacturer, ALPA Precision.
Over 700 pilots from the carrier's are expected to participate in the event and other pilots from other ALPA carriers and independent pilot unions are expected to join them.
Using its substantial financial resources, ALPA linked its members through teleconferences in nineteen cities.
Founded in 1931, ALPA is the world's largest airline pilot union, representing nearly 51,000 pilots at 35 airlines in the United States and Canada, including the more than 500 pilots at PSA Airlines.
The vote marks the third time in three years that pilots for a major US airline have endorsed ALPA as their new bargaining representative.
ALPA was founded in 1931 and represents over 53,000 pilots at 39 carriers in both the US and Canada.
Wykoff is the fifth ALPA pilot to head the International Federation.
As the largest pilot union in the world, ALPA is deeply invested in the future of the aviation industry and the piloting profession.
In the white paper, ALPA makes clear that many of the U.