Nov 20-22, 2018

Runway Safety Team Coordinator

Bangkok, Thailand

General Information

As part of IFALPA’s Professional Development Campaign 2018, IFALPA - in cooperation with the Australian Airline Pilots’ Association (AusALPA) – invites participants to the Runway Safety Team Coordinator course.

The course will cover the intermediate and advanced level of knowledge and exercises on RST topics.

  1. What is a Runway Safety Team (RST)?
  2. How to effectively participate in an RST
  3. Identifying and prioritizing hazards: -overview of ICAO Hazard Identification and Risk Management
  4. Mitigating hazards: -Review of resources for mitigation proposals by major category of hazard
  5. Following up on proposals/actions
  6. Simulated Runway Safety Team meeting


The outcome of this training will be to have qualified pilot representatives who are able to actively participate in their LRSTs in their own countries.

Fees and cancellation

IFALPA participants: $200 CAD per person

Non-IFALPA participants: Fee upon request

There will be no reimbursement for cancellations after 2 November 2018


Thai Airways Operations Center (OPC)

Nong Prue, Bang Phli, Samut Prakan 10540, Thailand

(close to Suvarnabhumi airport (BKK))

Accommodation and Room Rate

Participants are responsible for arranging their own accommodations. We highly recommend to book as early as possible at:

Novotel Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel

999 Suvarnabhumi Nongprue, Bang Phli, Samut Prakan 10540, Thailand

Please book the room via e-mail: [email protected]

Special rates are THB 3,200 (approx. $98 USD) for a single room and THB 3,600 (approx. $110 USD) for a twin room, per 24 hours (flexible check-in time), and include service & taxes, American breakfast, and the daily shuttle to and from the meeting venue.

A room block is available until 5 November 2018. Cancellation policy for individual guest is 48 hours prior to arrival date to avoid cancellation fees.


The capacity of the program is 20 students. 

Participation will be confirmed by 15 October 2018 (may be extended), and your credit card will be charged.