Join Safe Landing

What we do

We empower you to work effectively on the sustainable aviation transition. Safe Landing is a global community of aviation workers who act from within the sector to rapidly reduce the climate impact of aviation. Together we change course towards a safe landing! 

At Safe Landing we aim to:

1. Empower – aviation workers to learn about the issues, so they can question existing strategies and protect their jobs.

2. Advocate – with trade unions for workers’ assemblies and with politicians and companies for meaningful change.

3. Educate – NGO’s, policy makers, and the wider public, to demystify the issues and challenge industry narratives. 

Safe Landing Member Benefits

Support from our growing group of members is  crucial to everything we do. From signing petitions & sharing campaigns, to amplifying our messages as widely as possible – there’s something everyone can do!

With our monthly newsletter and regular blog posts we’ve got all the issues covered – broken down into easy to understand chunks. (And highly shareable with your own groups!)

Through our regular online meetings, group channels and special events

We have members from across the world, united by their passion for aviation and protecting our planet. Some are active campaigners, but plenty like to watch from afar and just keep up to date through our newsletter and social media. However much you want (or don’t want) to get involved you are most welcome to join us.


Member Spotlight

Sian Andrews
Air Traffic Control
An advocate within the industry for sustainable practices to reduce emissions and environmental impact.
Matt Thomason
Engineer, Future Engine Design

Designer at Rolls-Royce and head of their Employee Sustainability Group.

Michael Wanjuzi Makongo
Civil Aviation Authority, Uganda

Proponent of workers’ assemblies for the good of our planet and aviation workers.

Captain Jeff Joslin
Commercial Pilot (Ret'd)
As an airline bankruptcy survivor, Jeff believes it’s critical that employees have a voice in their future.