Our mission is to serve and lead the Delta pilots. To engage anywhere necessary to address opportunities and threats;
always protecting and advancing Delta pilot careers, pay, working conditions, benefits and job security.
Term: September 2015 – December 2016
Captain Malone is an Atlanta based 767-300ER pilot at Delta Airlines. He was hired by Delta in 1988. He has spent almost 13 years serving the Delta pilots in various ALPA positions including DFW first officer representative, Negotiating Committee chairman for the contract known as C2K and as MEC chairman from 2003 - 2005.
Captain Malone has a Bachelor of Arts from Loyola University Baltimore. He served in the United States Navy from 1981-1988 as a C2A pilot.
Term: January 2015 – December 2016
Captain Havrilla was hired by Delta in 1987 and most recently served as Council 16 chairman. He has also served three terms on the ALPA Delta MEC System Board, and served as second officer representative for Council 16. Captain Havrilla is a graduate of the George Meany Center for Labor Studies, Negotiating School. Havrilla was an active duty Navy S3 pilot and flew C9s in the Naval Reserve, retiring as a commander.
He is a graduate of Villanova University with a degree in mechanical engineering.
Captain Greg Rizzuto was hired by Northwest in 1996 and most recently served as MEC Strategic Planning Committee chairman. His past ALPA service includes Delta MEC executive administrator, Communications Committee chairman for Northwest MEC and also for the Delta MEC. Captain Rizzuto also served as Council 20 first officer representative.
Rizzuto graduated from Thomas Edison State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in applied science and technology.
Captain Matt Geddie was hired by Delta in 1991. He has served ALPA as Council 48 chairman and as a member of the Delta MEC Pilot-to-Pilot Committee. He served in the United States Air Force retiring from the Reserves as a Lieutenant Colonel.
He is a graduate of the United States Air Force Academy and holds a masters in management from Webster University.
Street Smarts seeks to educate professional airline pilots on how to remain as safe as possible at all times by remaining prepared and aware of their surroundings, especially while traveling.
An overview of the New Hire Retirement and Insurance briefing.
Feel free to email questions to Karen.Browne@alpa.org
The Delta Pilots Charitable Fund supports nonprofits that provide
services to children in Delta Hub Citites. DPCF is supported
by individual contributions from Delta Pilots and is the first
charitable fund established, managed and funded entirely by
the pilots of a major U.S. airline.
The Furlough/Emergency Relief Fund exists to assist Delta pilots with a demonstrated financial hardship. Since its inception in 2001, the Fund has assisted pilots in need through loans or grants.