Sepla has launched its new website this July with the aim of providing a better service to members and society in general. This version significantly improves the user experience; it is more visual, technological and respectful with the corporate image of the institution; it better integrates social networks and, in addition, it adapts to all types of devices, whether computers, tablets or mobiles.
With versions in Spanish and English, the new website has a main menu and a submenu where you can find all of the projects of Sepla. The “services” section can be particularly useful for affiliates, as they can easily find all the legal-labour, aeronautical, economic and social consultancy work, as well as the benefits available at Club Sepla.
The “initiatives” section provides information on the PAPI Pilot Support Programme; the new Carlos Salas Scholarships that have been set up together with COPAC and GTA; the Sepla Ayuda Foundation projects; the Sepla Women Aviators initiative and other types of campaigns. In the “about us” section you can find all kind of corporate information about the staff of the union’s Secretariat, the Company Councils, the Governing Board, the departments and even the associates.
On the home page, users can find two main buttons, one with the emergency telephone number for accidents and incidents (+34 649 092 801) and another to become a member; updated corporate information; all Sepla news; a repository with the latest editions of the magazine MACH 82; links to the Company Councils; a form to receive the Newsletter; as well as a footer that acts as a map of the website.
A new feature compared to the previous website is the incorporation of a private area for members, through which they can consult and update their personal and professional details; request and download their membership certificate updated to the date on which the request is made; the certificate of membership fees paid to the union; a section with FAQs; and an additional section for notifying any type of complaint or incident.
The new website replaces the old Sepla website, launched in October 2013 with the aim of being more accessible and transparent for the entire society. In this version, the content has been significantly optimised and a greater presence has been given to the image and multimedia content, such as videos.