IFALPA

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IFALPAInternational Federation of Air Line Pilots Association
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IFALPA, marking its 70th anniversary, said the website advances a guiding vision for the next 70 years with a goal to advance the interests of its member associations.
As the Air India pilots' strike entered the thirteenth day, the Ifalpa stated that while it would make a formal representation to the DGCA in this regard, its Indian arm, the Air Line Pilots' Association (ALPA)-India, would request the aviation regulator to implement various mutual assistance policies.
IFALPA, a well-respected group whose members are very familiar with airports around the world, made the claim in its daily newsletter on Tuesday.
The Inreinational Federation of Airline Pilots Association (IFALPA) today sent out a call for a 48-hour strike next week to back demands for urgent action to prevent airline hijackings.
Lou van Munster, chairman of the Accident Analysis Committee of the International Federation of Air Line Pilots Associations (IFALPA), said it is important to ''get all the data on the table,'' and that this would be best done by protecting the privacy of those involved.
Runway lighting at some African airports is often inadequate or not functioning at all, according to the International Federation of Airline Pilots (IFALPA).
The International Federation of Air Line Pilots Associations (IFALPA), representing over 100,000 licensed air line professionals worldwide, has become so concerned with the peril from bird strikes and other wildlife hazards that it recently upgraded this hazard to a Category "A" safety hazard, the highest level of concern.
The International Federation of Air Line Pilots' Associations (IFALPA) has raised concerns with the increase of security reports from member associations concerning layovers in Venezuela, the organization said.