“This extension is an investment in our people and our future,” said Matt Koscal, Republic’s senior vice president and chief administrative officer. “The fact that the agreement was reached well ahead of the amendable date is reflective of our commitment to a strong, mutually beneficial and proactive relationship with our labor groups. The agreement also is a vital element in making Republic the strongest and best regional airline in the industry.” The extension better positions Republic to both retain and recruit the pilots necessary to maintain its industry-leading operational performance, and it is a credit to the hard work and good intentions on both sides. “On behalf of every Republic Associate, we’re grateful to the IBT negotiating committee and to our pilots for studying the agreement and participating in the shaping of our future,” Koscal concluded.Lucrative and exciting flying careers are becoming available for those willing to begin training today to take hold of the opportunity. The most successful of those entering the industry have chosen ATP to provide the best airline career training available. If you would like to leave a mundane career behind you and train to fly for the airlines, ATP can help you accomplish this in less than two years from the day that you begin. If you want to fly for the airlines, get there first with ATP!
Republic Airlines Reaches Contract Extension with their Pilots
Published Feb 19, 2018 on Pilot Jobs
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The association representing all of Republic Airlines 2000 pilots announced a new agreement between Republic and its pilots that includes immediate pay increases and other improvements, including raising first year pilot pay to $45 per flight hour, and includes a $17,500 signing bonus paid to new-hire pilots joining Republic according to an announcement on Business Wire.