Since there is currently no fully acknowledged Trans-National trade union, the only way to secure meaningful representation is through a full membership in you national PA.
No. NPG is not a registered trade union, but rather a bargaining unit, to ensure unified representation for all Norwegian Pilots.
No, you will only pay membership fees to you national PA.
I am currently based in one country but will soon transfer to a different country. Which PA should I join?
For the time being, please join the PA for the country in which you are currently based. The participating PA’s are discussing ways to easily facilitate transfer of membership in relation to base transfers, as well as possible ways to retain one membership in case of shorter term temporary assignments in other countries.
Not directly. Since each country’s laws and regulations are different, your national PA will assist you with any questions you may have.
Yes, in order to ensure proper representation, it is important that you become a full member of the PA for the country in which you are based. The easiest way is to fill in the registration form on this website in order to make sure you are registered as a full member of your PA. You will then become part of NPG.
Yes. You will need to fill out the registration form on this page to get access to the private NPG member sections. All members will be crosschecked before being allowed access to these areas. There is no extra cost to you in registering your profile on the NPG website.