The Air Canada Pilots Association represents the largest single group of professional airline pilots in Canada.

With over 3,750 members who fly passengers and cargo around the world on Air Canada and Air Canada rouge, ACPA serves a diverse and engaged membership via its headquarters near Toronto Pearson International Airport, and through regional representatives across pilot bases in Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg and Vancouver.

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Media statement: March 24, 2020

March 24, 202024 March 2020
Captain Michael McKay, Chair of the Master Elected Council of the Air Canada Pilots Association (ACPA), provides a statement regarding the agreement reached with the Company in response to operational changes due to COVID-19...

Media statement: Evolving developments regarding Coronavirus/COVID-19

March 20, 202020 March 2020
Captain Michael McKay, Chair of the Master Elected Council of the Air Canada Pilots Association (ACPA), provides a statement regarding the evolving Coronavirus/COVID-19 situation and its impact on members...

Media statement: Evolving Coronavirus/COVID-19 situation

March 16, 202016 March 2020
Captain Andre Soucy, Acting Chair of the Master Elected Council of the Air Canada Pilots Association (ACPA), provides a statement regarding the evolving Coronavirus/COVID-19 situation...

Media Statement re: AC837 – Monday, February 3, 2020

February 3, 20203 February 2020
Captain Michael McKay, Chair of the Master Elected Council of the Air Canada Pilots Association (ACPA), provides a statement regarding flight AC837...

In the News: Retired Captain Judy Cameron Recognized

October 2, 20192 October 2019
Congratulations to retired ACPA member, Captain Judy Cameron, on the recent scholarship named in her honour. Captain Cameron was Air Canada’s first female pilot. The Captain Judy Cameron Scholarship supports young women in pursuit of careers in aviation who may not have the means to do so…

In FocusDans l’actualité

ACPA flies over Vimy

April 5, 20175 April 2017
ACPA is proud to support the Vimy Flight flypast in honour of the 100th anniversary of the First World War and the Battle of Vimy Ridge.

Flying Too Close to the Edge

May 5, 20165 May 2016
Canadian Flight and Duty Times – The Urgent Need for Change (Summary)