BALPA Careers Executive Nicole Calliste explains a bit more about our Crew Connected service, how it can help you, and how you can use it to help others.
Since the Germanwings tragedy in March 2015, EASA has been seeking to introduce new rules covering peer intervention programmes, drug and alcohol testing, and psychological testing. Our role has been to ensure that the new rules actually work, and the interests of pilots are properly safeguarded
The industry-first commercial airline pilot standard, approved for development by the Department for Education, could save a trainee pilot up to £27,000 of their total costs.
In humid climates, tropical diseases are rife and can be fatal, especially those transmitted by mosquitos. For pilots spending days or even just hours in different tropical climates around the world, it’s important to know the risks involved, and how best to prevent yourself from danger.
The BALPA emergency helpline is available 24/7 to support members whenever they are involved in an accident or incident.