BALPA has lodged an appeal against a ruling which gives access to flight safety data from the Sumburgh accident to the Lord Advocate.
Pilots have welcomed the final report from the Airport Commission.
Comment from the British Airline Pilots’ Association following judgement from the Court of Session in Edinburgh.
West Atlantic Airlines and Norwegian Air Shuttle pilots will be represented at work by the British Airline Pilots’ Association.
The British Airline Pilots’ Association welcomes the reappointment of Robert Goodwill MP as the Aviation Minister and Patrick McLoughlin MP as the Secretary of State for Transport
A majority of British people think there should be stricter rules on the qualifications needed to fly a drone according to a new survey that will be presented at a Drone Safety Summit today organised by UK pilots.
BALPA has launched a programme to help new, younger and future pilots.
BRITISH PILOT SYMPATHY FOR TRAGIC LOSS OF GERMANWINGS PASSENGERS AND CREW
The British Airline Pilots' Association (BALPA) has expressed support for the German pilot community and sympathy with the loved ones of the passengers, pilots and crew on board Germanwings 4U 9525.
A year on from the tragic disappearance of flight MH370 British pilots are calling for more technical aircraft data to be transmitted to a ‘virtual black box’ when a flight gets into problems, so the site and possible cause of a crash can be identified more quickly.
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UK pilots today gave a cautious welcome to the House of Lords European Union Committee report on civilian use of drones in the EU