International Federation of Air Line Pilots' Associations (IFALPA)
Fédération internationale des associations de pilotes de ligne
Federación Internacional de Asociaciones de Pilotos de Linea Aérea
1948-04-07 London UK
7 Apr 1948, London (UK), as World Federation of Air Line Pilots -- Fédération mondiale des pilotes de ligne. Took over H-XD7288 - International Flight Engineers' Organization (IFEO), 13 Oct 2001.
Promote the highest level of aviation safety worldwide and be the global advocate of the piloting profession, providing representation, services and support to both our members and the aviation industry.
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Conference (annual); Executive Board; Standing Committees (11). Regions (5), each led by Executive Vice-President: Africa and Middle East (AFI/MID); Asia and Pacific (ASIA/PAC); Caribbeanand North America (CAR/NAM); Europe (EUR); South America (SAM). Membership open; meetings closed.
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