IFALPAInternational Federation of Air Line Pilots Association
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Over the past seven decades, IFALPA has been an internationally respected expert group and strong advocate for aviation safety on behalf of over 100,000 airline pilots in nearly 100 countries.
De acuerdo con la lista de asistentes, a ese encuentro, efectuado en Buenos Aires el 27 de noviembre de 2007, acudieron dos miembros de la Asociacion Sindical de Pilotos Aviadores de Mexico (ASPA): Circe Gomez y el capitan Fernando Alvarez, asi como el actual presidente de IFALPA, el capitan mexicano Carlos Limon.
Otros de los expositores fueron el capitan Robert Sumwalt III, presidente del Comite de Factores Humanos y Ergonomia de ALPA, quien abordo el tema "Mejorando la seguridad aprendiendo de los errores"; el capitan Luis Garcia, miembro del Comite de Seguridad de ASPA de Mexico, hablo sobre "Seguridad aerea", y el capitan Raul Estrella Galvan, miembro del Comite de Seguridad e Investigacion de Accidentes del IFALPA presento la ponencia "Mercancias peligrosas".
In November 1996, IFALPA issued a public statement declaring the 'African region to be critically deficient.
It was with this question in mind that, last November, IFALPA issued a public statement declaring the African region to be "critically deficient".
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 29, 2016-Prohibition of lithium-ion batteries as cargo on passenger flights supported by IFALPA
We will continue to keep in close contact with IFALPA and ALPA and we thank them for their continued assistance in receiving the latest developments on the investigation.
Dedicated to promoting the highest level of aviation safety and providing representation, support and services to its member associations, IFALPA has 12 standing committees that develop programs, policies and information documents on various issues such as safety, dangerous goods, and accident analysis and prevention.
Solid contributions were made particularly by Captain Brian Greeves of IFALPA, John Wagstaff from CAD's ATMD and Edmund Wong of the Airport Standards Division.
With circulation of 13,000, it is read by senior officials in airports, airlines, industry, international consultancy organizations, ground services and key organizations such as IATA, ICAO, ACI, ECAC, EAGOSH, ARTEX and IFALPA.
IFALPA said it and all its member associations around the globe are constantly examining all flight crew transportation and accommodation issues that come to their attention, and will continue to work alongside governments and operators to protect air crews against security threats.
Charges would be brought under section 261 of the Brazilian Penal Code "for placing a vessel or aircraft in jeopardy," according to IFALPA.