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Abstract The Central Executive Council (CEC) was formed by the Board of Directors in 1932 and consisted of the President, First Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and regional Vice Presidents. The council functioned mainly as an advisory body to the President, and also worked on policies, planning, and programs for ALPA. The records are made up of minutes of CEC meetings from 1933-1946. Many of the subjects focus on the Council’s work interpreting and creating policies for the still new Association,...
Dates: 1933 - 1946
Abstract The Executive Board was created in 1947 as part of ALPA’s governing structure to assist the Board of Directors. The Executive Board exercises control over the association and manages its business affairs when the Board of Directors is not in session. The Executive Board can also interpret the constitution and by-laws, as well as create or change policy. The board covers issues such as administration, membership, accounting and finance, engineering and air safety, employment agreements,...
Dates: 1947 - 2009
Abstract The Executive Committee (EXCO) was established in 1951 as part of the organizational restructuring of ALPA, with the first meeting occurring in 1953. The Committee worked with the president in a consultation role and was designed to execute policies made by the Board of Directors (BOD) and Executive Board (EXBD) as well as recommend policy to both bodies. In addition the Committee also determined the organizational structure of the home office, ratified staff members, and was a trustee for ALPA...
Dates: 1953 - 1992
Abstract In 1992, the ALPA Executive Council was created by the Board of Directors to replace the Executive Committee. The Executive Council helps advance the policies and objectives established by the Board of Directors and Executive Board. It has the authority to interpret the association’s constitution and by-laws and policy. The council mainly covers financial, accounting, organizational and administrative matters. The Executive Council Records include meeting minutes, agendas, budgets, and...
Dates: 1992 - 2009; Majority of material found within 1993 - 2001
Abstract The Herndon EAL Strike Center Records document the 265 day strike on Eastern Airlines (EAL) from March 4, 1989 - November 23, 1989. During this period 3400 of 4200 EAL pilots went out on sympathy strike along with the flight attendants represented by the Transportation Workers Union (TWU), both of whom voted to honor the International Association of Machinists (IAM) strike of Eastern Airlines. The Herndon EAL Strike Center Records focus on the records of EAL Council 142 located in Herndon, VA,...
Dates: 1986 - 1990; Majority of material found in 1989 - 1989
Abstract This collection is from ALPA’s Master Executive Council (MEC) office in Houston. The records consist of such documents as correspondence, contract negotiations, strike materials, and bankruptcy proceedings. There are files from several Local Executive Councils (LEC), including #61 and #131, which represented the pilots of Eastern Airlines (EAL) and Delta Airlines (DAL), respectively. One of the subjects covered is the Continental Airlines (CAL) strike of 1983-1985. The fax and Telecopier...
Dates: 1967-1990; Majority of material found within 1984-1989
Abstract Parts 1 and 2 of the EAL MEC Records spans 30 years but focuses mainly on the last decade of Eastern’s operations. Major subjects include mergers, air safety and bankruptcy litigation.
Dates: 1960 - 1991; Majority of material found within 1985 - 1990
Abstract The ALPA Miami Joint Council Office (JCO) was a regional office for ALPA Region II and councils in the Southeast United States. It was home to several Master Executive Councils (MEC) and Local Executive Councils (LEC) including: Braniff Airways MEC and Council 29, Delta Airlines Council 71, Eastern Airlines MEC and Council 18, National Airlines MEC and Councils 8 and 73, Pan American Airways (PAA) Council 10, Pan American-Grace Airways (Panagra, PNG) MEC and Councils 38 and 83 and Riddle...
Dates: 1935 - 1968; Majority of material found within 1950 - 1960
Abstract The President's Department records are arranged in three parts. Part I: The Air Line Pilots Association was formed in secret in 1930 by a group of “Key Men” from each airline, they formed openly and affiliated with the American Federation of Labor in 1931. In that same year David Behncke was elected president of ALPA, an office he held twenty years, until being recalled in 1951 (and off and on through 1952 during his legal battle with ALPA). His successor, Clarence Sayen, held...
Dates: 1931 - 1998
Abstract The ALPA Publications is a collection of pamphlets, newsletters, magazines, bulletins, manuals, constitutions and by-laws, arbitration transcripts, and research reports produced by, or involving ALPA from 1933-2006. ALPA’s main publication, Air Line Pilot, is still in print and so not included here, but both ALPA national, and individual Master Executive Councils (MEC) also produced a wide variety of publications during the past 80 years which are included in this collection.
Dates: 1933 - 2006; Majority of material found within 1958 - 1968
Abstract Air Line Pilot is ALPA’s main publication and has been in continuous print since April 1932. The first volumes were published twice a month, and came in newspaper form, running about 4 pages each. ALPA soon began to produce Air Line Pilot monthly and steadily increased the page count, eventually publishing in the present magazine form in 1949. Air Line Pilot covers a variety of topics relevant to pilots such as news in the airline industry, ALPA structure and Association news, technical...
Dates: 1931 - 2021
Abstract The Steward and Stewardess Division was created by the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) Board of Directors in 1960 after ALPA and the Air Line Stewards and Stewardess Association (ALSSA) separated in 1959. Following the same basic structure as ALPA, the division had its own Board of Directors, Executive Committee and Executive Board, and national officers of Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. Initially consisting of 20 airlines and around 3,580 stewardesses, by 1969 the S&S Division...
Dates: 1949 - 1977; Majority of material found within 1960 - 1971
- Airlines -- Employees 10
- Airlines -- Mergers 10
- Aeronautics Safety measures 9
- Air pilots 8
- Airlines -- Management 7
- Airlines -- Technological innovations -- United States 6
- Airlines hijacking 6
- Aircraft accidents -- Investigation 5
- Airplanes -- Noise 5
- Flight attendants 5
- Air traffic control 4
- Airplanes Airworthiness 4
- Pilots and pilotage 4
- Terrorism 4
- Age discrimination 3
- Air Line Pilots Association -- History 3
- Air quality 3
- Airlines 3
- Airlines—Employees—Labor unions 3
- Labor unions 3
- Air mail service -- United States 2
- Airline pilots 2
- Airlines—Safety measures 2
- Employees -- Drug testing -- United States 2
- Sex discrimination 2
- Air safety 1
- Cockpit voice recorders 1
- Deregulation -- United States 1
- Labor union meetings 1
- Strikes and lockouts, Sympathetic 1
- Women's rights 1 ∧ view less
- Air Line Pilots Association 10
- United States. Federal Aviation Administration 7
- United States. National Mediation Board 6
- United States. Civil Aeronautics Board 4
- Continental Airlines 2
- Eastern Air Lines 2
- Texas Air Corporation 2
- United States. National Transportation Safety Board 2
- Flight Engineers' International Association 1 ∧ view less
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