Die Vereinigung Cockpit ist ein demokratischer und politisch unabhängiger Berufsverband, der sich für die Sicherheit im Luftverkehr einsetzt - ehrenamtlich geführt von Piloten.Mitglied werden
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The fundamental objectives of the VC are contributing to the welfare and safety of civil aviation as well as ensuring and pursuing the interests of its members regarding technical affairs and industrial affairs.
Among other things, we achieve this by influencing legislation, concluding collective wage agreements, participating in decision-making for the composition of salary terms and other conditions of employment, informing the public about the professional, sociopolitical and economic situation of cockpit crews.
In addition to that more than 130 honorary members are involved with the establishment and provision of extensive professional expertise within the VC in line with various committees, which meet at regular intervals, to ensure the exchange of information and to deal with current topics, e.g. the SafeSKY Initiative.
VC is a member of the European Cockpit Association (ECA) and the International Federation of Airline Pilots (IFALPA).
On Friday, Dec. 16th the representatives for the Etihad Airways Partner Pilots (EAPP) in Europe convened for the 6th time. The meeting was set in Rome, hosted by the Italian professional pilots’ association ANPAC.
As in the past, all participants enjoyed bringing each other up to speed on what the numerous airline members of the Etihad equity alliance were going through. The continuous consolidation of the Eu-ropean market and its impact on European network and holiday carriers is in a constant state of... Details
The German based pilots of the airline Ryanair founded a Company Council today under the umbrella of the German Airline Pilots Association (Vereinigung Cockpit) (VC).
For the first time, Ryanair pilots are organizing themselves in Germany in order to avoid the airline's questionable treatment of its employees. The goal will be to positively influence Ryanair's employment conditions. "What is self-evident for other employees in Germany, we must first achieve... Details
Etihad Airways Partner Pilots Group (EAPP) continues to take stock of the developments at the airlines and is looking forward to intensify cooperation with the airlines. At the latest meeting, hosted by the European Cockpit Association, the pilot group focused in particular on the ongoing processes... Details
After a number of Ryanair pilots‘ homes as well as offices of temporary employment companies were searched by the authorities in recent weeks, Ryanair has now offered new employment contracts to pilots in Germany. A first analysis of these contracts however, has shown that they are not compatible... Details
After exhaustive discussions between Vereinigung Cockpit (VC) and Lufthansa, which at first seemed to be fruitful, VC is now forced to realize that there is no virtue in continuing these discussions.VC is willing to do its part to maintain the competitiveness of the Lufthansa Group. However, if... Details
On 19th May 2016 SwissALPA hosted the "EAPP Meeting" in Zürich. It was attended by the professional associations representing the pilots of Etihad Airways Partner airlines in Europe and the European Cockpit Association (ECA). The main goal of this initiative is to strive for uniform... Details
Thursday, 23. February 2017 14:49
ECA calls upon Norwegian Air Resources management to listen to the voice of its pilots, as expressed in an online petition which was signed by over 550 Norwegian pilots, to recognise the Italian pilot union ANPAC immediately. read more
Monday, 20. February 2017 07:50
18th February 2017 marks exactly one year of European airlines flying under the new EU Flight Time Limitations (FTL) rules – which were introduced to prevent pilot fatigue from endangering flight safety. However, widely differing interpretations of the rules, lack of official guidance on correct implementation, immature Fatigue Risk Management (FRM) systems in the airlines, and persistent fatigue problems in Europe’s cockpits are the current state-of-play. Aviation stakeholders are therefore called upon to jointly address these shortcomings. read more
Wednesday, 08. February 2017 10:19
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