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The International Federation
of Air Line Pilots’ Associations 4 PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE
Capt. Martin Chalk’s first message as
485 rue McGill, Bureau 700, IFALPA’s President.
Montreal, Quebec, H2Y 2H4, Canada
Tel: +1 514 419 1191
Fax: +1 514 419 1195 6 REGIONAL UPDATES
Email: ifalpa@ifalpa.org IFALPA’s Regional Vice Presidents
Web: www.ifalpa.org
(NAT, AFI/South and ASIA/West) give
Photo by efilpera (flickr)
an update of their respective region.
EXECUTIVE TEAM
President: Capt. Martin Chalk 12 SEPLA READY FOR CRITICAL
Managing Director: Christoph Schewe 9 SITUATIONS
Communications & Marketing The Spanish Member Association
Coordinator: Anna Lou explains the importance of having a
Critical Incident Response Program/
EDITORIAL Critical Incident Stress Management.
Editor: Anna Lou, annalou@ifalpa.org Photo from Reuters
Cover image: © 2009 Jetstar Airways 13 AIRBUS: THE FUTURE
9 IFALPA’S POSITION PAPER TRAINING CHALLENGE
ON AIRBORNE IMAGE Capt. Harry Nelson from Airbus
ADVERTISING RECORDERS AND RECORDING highlights the issues of current aircraft
If you wish to advertise in InterPilot, or SYSTEMS trainings and provides a possible
for information on advertising, please The Federation stands firm in its posi- solution for future trainings.
contact: Anna Lou, annalou@ifalpa.org
tion in regards to the implementation
of AIRs and AIRS in aircraft.
11 EUROPE AIMING HIGH 13
ON RPAS
InterPilot is a quarterly publication
produced internally from our headquarters The European Cockpit Association (ECA)
in Montreal, Canada. addresses the issues of integrating RPAS
into the European airspace and offers its
It is produced for Members and by Photo courtesy of Felix Gottwald
Members. If you have comments, ideas or recommendations.
suggestions on this or any other edition, we
encourage you to reach out to our Editor by
email at annalou@ifalpa.org

The views expressed in this magazine are those
of the authors and do not necessarily reflect
the views of IFALPA. Articles and information The mission of IFALPA is to be the global voice of professional
contained in this publication are the copyright of
IFALPA and may not be reproduced in any form pilots by providing representation, services, and support in
without the written permission of the publisher.
order to promote the highest level of aviation safety world-wide.

The purpose of this journal is to share technical and safety
information to professional pilots all across the world.
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