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NZ 's Stu Julian elected to IFALPA board

New Zealand's Stu Julian elected to IFALPA board

New Zealand's Captain Stu Julian was elected Executive Vice President for the Asia Pacific region at the International Federation of Air Line Pilots' Associations (IFALPA) annual conference held in Istanbul last week. Stu has been active in the work of the Federation for a number of years serving most recently as Regional Vice President South Pacific as well as taking part in a number of IFALPA's standing Committees.

In his new role, as part of the leadership of the Federation, Stu will represent the interests of airline pilots throughout the Asia Pacific region.

Commenting on his election Stu said "I was greatly honoured to be asked to serve as IFALPA Executive VP. I look forward to representing the fast growing Asia-Pacific region and fostering the safety and global interests of all Airline pilots."

Background information:

International Federation of Air Line Pilots Associations (IFALPA)

The International Federation of Air Line Pilots' Associations represents over 100,000 pilots in more than 95 countries world-wide.

The mission of IFALPA is to be the global voice of airline pilots, promoting the highest level of aviation safety and security worldƒ{wide and providing services, support and representation to all of its Member Associations. See www.ifalpa.org for further information

New Zealand Air Line Pilots Association (NZALPA) The New Zealand Air Line Pilots' Association is the internationally recognised professional association for New Zealand pilots and air traffic controllers. Its wide membership represents and reflects the diverse nature of the New Zealand aviation industry, and currently comprises 1081 airline pilots, 56 general aviation/commercial pilots, 48 flight instructors, and 328 air traffic controllers. Including Life and Associate members, NZALPA has more than 1660 members. See www.nzalpa.org.nz for further information.

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