We, ALPA Japan(AirLine Pilots' Association of Japan)has been established on May 1st, 1978.
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What is the ALPA Japan?

ALPA JapanWe, ALPA Japan(AirLine Pilots’ Association of Japan)has been established on May 1st, 1978, by the union members of Japan Airlines (JAL), All Nippon Airways (ANA), and Toa Domestic Airlines (TDA).

Currently, ALPA Japan has been comprised by the captains, first officers, and flight engineers from 12 unions/associations, such as major airlines (ANA, JAL) and their subsidiaries (ANA Wings, JTA = Japan Transocean Airlines, JAC = Japan Air Commuter, JEX = JAL Express, J-air, HAC = Hokkaido Air System, RAC = Ryukyu Air Commuter, ORC = Oriental Air Bridge) and Star Flyer (Independent from major carriers).

Also, ALPA Japan is a member of the IFALPA (International Federation of AirLine Pilots’ Association, headquarter located in Montreal, Canada), joining more than 100 countries/areas and over 100,000 pilots from all over the world.

The aims for ALPA Japan activities are following;

  • Improvement of safety in airline operations, fair and stable development of the commercial airline industry.
  • Stability and improvement of their employments, working conditions, and working rights for workers, mainly air crews, in aviation industry.

In order to accomplish these aims, ALPA Japan has almost same committees as IFALPA’s ones, and acts same orbits.

Through these activities, ALPA Japan plays important roles in area of commercial aviation, such as suggestions for air safety, flight techniques and policies for domestic/international administrations and organizations.

Notice for crew involved accident / incident in Japan

ALPA Japan Action

Trustees and Japan Airlines management established to have committed unfair labor practices!

On September 23, 2016, the Supreme Court rejected Japan Airlines management’s final appeal due to being displeased with the judgment of the Tokyo High Court made in June, 2015, and ruled not to approve it.   In detail, please refer to; ALPA Japan News40-06 160928
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Letter from ALPA International to Japanese Government Regarding to the Prosecution of FedEx80 Pilots

  Minister of Foreign Affairs Kishida Minister of Land Ohta Minister of Justice Kamikawa
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Letter from IFALPA President to JAL Directors Regarding to the dismissed Pilots

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Statement Regarding a Total Stop of Operating B-787s

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Accident Analysis

JL706 Accident Investigation Report

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A Guide to the Issues Involved in Prosecuting the Captain of JL706

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The misconceptions of the accident investigation by AAIC and the analysis

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What is Bob Weight Effect

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Another Possible Cause of AA587 A300-605R Accident in JFK

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