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Company Overview of Air Line Pilots Association International

Company Overview

Air Line Pilots Association International (ALPA) is a labor union for airline pilots. The union represents its members in matters concerning wages, hours, working conditions, safety, and protects their rights. It also provides pension and insurance guarantees. ALPA devotes more than 20 percent of its dues income to support aviation safety. The union represents more than 64000 airline pilots of 42 United States and Canadian airlines. Air Line Pilots Association International was founded in 1931 and is based in Herndon, Virginia.

535 Herndon Parkway

Herndon, VA 20170

United States

Founded in 1931





Key Executives for Air Line Pilots Association International

President of the Executive Council
Vice President of Finance and Treasurer
First Vice President of Executive Council
Executive Vice-President
Executive Vice-President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Air Line Pilots Association International Key Developments

Air Line Pilots Association International Presents at Wolfe Research 7th Annual Global Transportation Conference, May-21-2014 08:45 AM

Air Line Pilots Association International Presents at Wolfe Research 7th Annual Global Transportation Conference, May-21-2014 08:45 AM. Venue: The Marriott East Side Hotel, 525 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York, United States. Speakers: Lee Moak, President of the Executive Council.

Air Line Pilots Association Announces Executive Appointments

Captain Jay Heppner was elected chairman of the United Master Executive Council of the Air Line Pilots Association. Bob Fox, a 17-year UAL veteran and another long-time ALPA volunteer, was elected vice chairman. Dave Earnest, a 35-year veteran with Continental Airlines, was elected secretary and Captain Eric Hunter, a 23-year veteran with Continental, was elected treasurer.

Alaska Airlines and Air Line Pilots Association International Announces Five-Year Pilot Contract

Alaska Airlines and the Air Line Pilots Association International announced they have reached tentative agreement on a new five-year contract for the carrier's 1,480 pilots. The proposed contract includes pay raises, and quality of life and productivity improvements. ALPA's leadership is unanimously recommending that Alaska pilots ratify the tentative agreement, and a vote is expected to be completed in mid-July. The current contract was ratified in May 2009 and became amendable on April 1. Negotiators for ALPA and Alaska Airlines have been working on a new contract since last summer.

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