UN Sustainable Development Goals
Organizations relating to Pilots
Ibero-American Pilots' Organization / Est. 1974
International Association of Natural Resource Pilots / Est. 1972
European Organisation of Airline Pilots Associations / Est. 1959
Centre d'entraînement des pilotes de la navette européenne Hermès, Bruxelles
Pilots Without Borders, Netherlands / Est. 1987
International Association of Government-licensed Women Pilots
Union des pilotes professionnels internationaux
Air Line Pilots Association, International / Est. 1931
European Maritime Pilots' Association / Est. 1963
Agreement Concerning Helicopter Pilot Training / Est. 1977
International Association of Lawyer Pilots / Est. 1970
International Maritime Pilots' Association / Est. 1970
International Association of Military Flight Surgeon Pilots / Est. 1996
Pilots International Association / Est. 1965
International Council of Aircraft Owner and Pilot Associations / Est. 1964
Agreement Concerning Acceptance of Aircraft Pilots' and Navigators' Certificates in Lieu of National Passports / Est. 1937
Deaf Pilots Association / Est. 1994
International Federation of Air Line Pilots' Associations / Est. 1948
Pilots for Christ International / Est. 1985
International Comanche Society / Est. 1972
Ninety-Nines, International Women Pilots / Est. 1929
Christian Pilots Association / Est. 1972
Arab Airline Pilot Association
South American Maritime Pilots Federation
Caribbean Air Line Pilots Association
World Problems relating to PilotsFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Action Strategies relating to PilotsFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Establishing pilot commercial concerns
Ensuring capable aircraft pilots
Reducing aircraft pilot fatigue
Conducting pilot studies to link established science with indigenous knowledge
Piloting environmental health projects
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