ALPA Engineering and Air Safety Department Records

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Pt 1: 136 linear feet (136 SB). Pt. 2: 2 linear feet (2 SB)

This collection is CLOSED to the general public. Please contact the ALPA archivist for further detail.

Part I of the Engineering and Air Safety Department Records is concerned primarily with air safety. The files include material pertaining to studies of airports; air traffic control; lighting; accidents; new aircraft evaluations; crew training and related areas; noise abatement; the SST; and all-weather flying. There is much documentation of the work done in these fields by the International Federation of Air Line Pilots Associations and the International Civil Aviation Organization.

Part 2 of the Engineering and Air Safety Department Records contains photographs of accidents and investigations conducted by the Department as well as airplane components and flight stations. Many of these photographs correspond to folders found in Part I of the E&AS Records, the relevant box and folder numbers are noted in parentheses after each folder description.

1931-1974, bulk 1955-1970
Attachment(click to download)
LR000247_EAS.pdfLR000247_EAS_guide.pdf620.76 KB
LR00247_EAS.pdfLR00247_EAS_Pt2guide.pdf98.05 KB