IFATCA Policy is:
IFATCA has the right to develop policy on all matters associated with the provision of air traffic services.
The terms ‘industrial’ and ‘professional’ refer to the approach to and implementation of such policies rather than the matters themselves.
IFATCA recognises the existence of other organisations that have a role to play in representing the legitimate interests of air traffic controllers.
In countries where the Member Association does not hold negotiating rights it should be encouraged to communicate IFATCA policies to the Trade Union or negotiating body and so far as practicable, to co-ordinate their implementation.
At the international level IFATCA should seek a common or coordinated approach with any other bodies representing air traffic controllers.
IFATCA should continue to act as an intermediary when so invited by Member Associations involved in disputes, either at international or national level and the Executive Board should be allowed to continue to exercise its discretion as to the appropriate scale of IFATCA involvement in any particular case.
|See: WP 50 – Toulouse 1998|
Last Update: August 11, 2022