Where does ALPA get information about pilot members?
At any time, members may add, change, or delete any information contained on their Preferences page. Members may use the My Account & Address Info link on their ALPA Members Portal to access the area where they may make online updates to their member account information. In addition, members may contact their Membership Department Membership Analyst to review, add, change, or delete any personal information contained in the Association's pilot database. With whom does the Air Line Pilots Association share its membership information? ALPA does not sell personal information about pilot members, nor does it release or disseminate personal information about members to advertisers, third parties, or any other entities, unless legally required to do so.
What safeguards are in place to protect the loss, misuse, or alteration of pilot information? All information containing personal data (log-in number and password, mailing preferences, etc.) provided to and from the Air Line Pilots Association is transmitted using SSL (Secure Socket Layer) encryption. SSL is a proven encryption standard that secures Internet transactions to and from Internet browsers.
Do I need to logoff from alpa.org? Yes. Furthermore, you should also close you browser when finished with the website – especially when accessing the alpa.org from shared terminals like those found in Crew Rooms or Libraries. These steps insure all cookie and session variables are forced to expire from the computer and prevents users from accessing your personal alpa.org information.