Stephen Cotton and Paddy Crumlin have been re-elected to lead the ITF for another five years.
Changing the aviation industry for the better.
From the impact of liberalisation and deregulation to the growth of aviation flags of convenience (FOC), ITF is tackling the challenges facing aviation and airline workers today.
With initiatives such as the pack less campaign, lobbying, industry collaborations and global alliances, we’re building stronger unions and creating better working conditions for all.
The International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF) has today formally agreed with Qatar’s Ministry of Administrative Development, Labour and…
ITF, ETF and affiliates send a message of solidarity to Ryanair cabin crew striking on 25 and 26 July
With cabin crew due to strike next week, ITF and ETF demand that Ryanair respects workers’ fundamental right to take industrial action
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What we do
If you work in civil aviation, you’ll have noticed big changes to the industry recently. ITF has…
Once every four years, ITF’s civil aviation section elects a section committee. It acts as a…
Democratic and accountable, the ITF civil aviation section supports unions to defend and improve…