WELCOME TO KENYA AIRLINE PILOTS ASSOCIATION
KALPA is an umbrella association for pilots in Kenya with membership drawn from major airlines within the country
Kenya Airline Pilots Association
KALPA is an umbrella association for pilots in Kenya with membership drawn from major airlines within the country. Kenya Airline Pilots Association was initially known as the East African Pilots Association prior to the breakup of the East African community in 1978. The association held its first elections in 1978 and registered it’s first CBA in 1987. KALPA works towards ensuring good working conditions for its members, focuses on flight safety and acts as a representative voice for professional pilots in Kenya.
- Encouraging, promoting and ensuring Kenyanisation of the aviation industry in Kenya.
- Creating and promoting public interest in Aviation and to encourage participation in this field throughout Kenya.
- Promoting better understanding among members of the Aviation association and members of other Trade Unions and Aviation organizations and endeavor to bring co-operation among such members and / or organizations.
- To safeguard and promote social and economic welfare of the members.
- To offer assistance, by means of advise, to any organisation(s), or individual who may request such advise or help on Aviation matters.
- To establish and promote literacy publications on all aspects of Aviation and the general activities of the Association as and when funds become available.
- To educate the general public in Kenya on various Aviation subjects of benefit to the Nation and the people of Kenya.
KALPA IS AN AFFILIATE OF IFALPA
IFALPA stands for the International Federation of Air Line Pilot’s Association.Shortly after World War II, the United Nations Organisation came into being and soon gave birth to several specialised agencies, one of which was the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO). The fact that ICAO was to make decisions on aviation policy without pilot representation immediately began to interest several pilots’ Associations. Airline pilots begun to realise that they were citizens of the world in many respects; their daily work took them across the boundaries of many countries , and they were often dependent upon distant municipalities or States to provide them with the facilities necessary for their personal safety and that of their passengers. They became, therefore , vitally concerned with national and international affairs related to aviation. To exercise some control over these forces, pilots had to put themselves into a position of showing determined leadership, in aviation and to achieve this they had to organise on an international basis. This was the reason for the birth of IFALPA in April of 1948 during a conference of pilots’ associations held in London for the express purpose of providing a formal means for the airline pilots of the world to interact with ICAO. The belief then was that the unique perspective of pilots operating in scheduled flying would be of critical benefit to the creation and adaptation of ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs) through which ICAO regulates international civil aviation. This belief holds true today backed up by 60 years of experience. Today IFALPA numbers over 100 Member Associations and represents in excess of 100,000 pilots.
At KALPA we have worked carefully to select the right highly trained personnel to properly manage the organization tasks. We are aiming at establishing continuous training programs to enhance the existing expertise.
Captain Njoroge Murimi
Captain Timothy Njoroge
General Secretary and CEO
Captain Paul Gichinga
Assistant General Secretary and CEO
Captain Murithi Nyagah
Captain Andrew Nderu
First Officer Mathew Karimi
Captain Saviamaria Ondego
Captain Dzochera Warrakah
First Officer Baraka Mwachonda
Council Member & IFALPA Director
First Officer Joseph Migwi
First Officer Alvin Mohammed
First Officer Christopher Muikia
Captain Emmanuel Tuitoek
Captain Parul Patel
Captain Allan Aluvale
We'd love to hear from you
To get more information on our work and services or If you have any questions, please feel free to ask, we would be happy to attend to you.
Rubani House, Off Airport North Road, Embakasi
P.O. Box 57509-00200, Nairobi Kenya
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +254 722 778 844 / +254 733 778 844