What is Air Line Pilot Magazine?

Air Line Pilot is published for members of the Air Line Pilots Association, Int'l who are decision-makers in their airlines and communities. Articles and editorial focus center on advances in aviation safety and flight technology and regulatory, lifestyle, and financial issues that affect the piloting profession and the airline industry. News about recent trends and industry developments are covered in each issue.

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Manager of Communications Pete Janhunen
Editor in Chief
Gary DiNunno
Technical Editor Jan W. Steenblik
Staff Writer TBA
Associate Editor Mary Jo McPherson
Assistant Editor Susan Fager
Design/Production Editor William A. Ford
Editorial Secretary Joanne Rabbat
Contributing Editors C.V. Glines and Esperison Martinez, Jr.
Director of Communications Don Skiados

AIR LINE PILOT (ISSN 0002-242X) is published monthly, except for combined issues June/July and November/December, by Air Line Pilots Association, International, affiliated with AFL-CIO and CLC.

Editorial Offices: 535 Herndon Parkway, P.O. Box 1169, Herndon, VA 20172, (703) 481-4460. Fax: (703) 464-2114. E-mail: magazine@alpa.org. Air Line Pilot is not responsible for unsolicited manuscripts, photographs, or other materials. Unsolicited materials will be returned only if submitted with a self-addressed, stamped envelope.

Copyright 2004-Air Line Pilots Association, International, all rights reserved. Publication in any form prohibited without permission. Air Line Pilot Reg. U.S. Pat. and T.M. Off. Opinions expressed by authors do not necessarily represent official ALPA position or policy.

Publisher's Editorial Profile: Air Line Pilot is printed in the United States and published for U.S. and Canadian professional airline pilots who are members of the Air Line Pilots Association, Int'l. Editorial content emphasizes advances in aviation safety and flight technology, industry developments, labor union information, and regulatory and economic issues affecting the airline industry and the airline piloting profession.