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4 PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE
Captain Martin Chalk on Remotely
Piloted Aircraft Systems and the
The International Federation industry as a whole.
of Air Line Pilots’ Associations
6 REGIONAL UPDATES
IFALPA’s Regional Vice Presidents
485 rue McGill, Bureau 700,
Montreal, Quebec, H2Y 2H4, Canada give an update of the challenges and
Tel: +1 514 419 1191 successes facing their respective
Fax: +1 514 419 1195 region.
Email: ifalpa@ifalpa.org
Web: www.ifalpa.org
8 WHERE DOES TECHNICAL AND
SAFETY THINKING STOP, AND
EXECUTIVE TEAM ECONOMIC OR EMPLOYMENT
President: Capt. Martin Chalk CONCERN BEGIN?
Managing Director: Christoph Schewe Captain Martin Chalk discusses the 11 INTERVIEW WITH BOEING
Communications & Marketing economic and employment areas of An exclusive interview with Captain
Coordinator: Anna Lou the industry and their impact on
Mark Feuerstein and Captain Terry
safety.
McVenes from the Boeing Company.
EDITORIAL
Editor: Anna Lou, annalou@ifalpa.org 12 IFALPA’S VIEWS:
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IFALPA’s general statement on
Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems.
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9 SUCCESSFUL ASIA/PACIFIC
InterPilot is a quarterly publication REGIONAL MEETING IN
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in Montreal, Canada. Summary of IFALPA’s Asia/Pacific
It is produced for Members and by regional meeting in Mongolia.
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