After suspending hiring due to COVID, NetJets will now add 150 pilots to support 39 new private jets
NetJets is hiring pilots again. The news came in a joint communication by NetJets’ management and its pilots’ union – NJASAP. The company said it is expecting to reach record flight levels by October. March was a record for North American Part 135 flight activity.
The Collective Bargaining Agreement covers NetJets’ pilots in both the U.S. and Europe
Pilots for NetJets have ratified revised agreements extending the Collective Bargaining Agreement through the end of 2026. A company option would take the term through 2029.
NetJets says it’s positioned to get you where you want to go
safely, with as few weather delays as possible
Summer weather along the popular coastal resort of Long
Island and New England can change quickly with fog and strong crosswinds.
However, NetJets believes with its extensive fleet, top ranked safety standards
and team of in-house meteorologists, it can make sure you get to you vacation
safely with the time savings benefits of private jet travel.
NetJets, the largest operator of private jets in the world, sells fractional shares, leases and jet cards which start at 25 hours
NetJets and the NetJets Association of Shared Aircraft Pilots (NJASAP), said they have reached an agreement that gives all crewmembers the opportunity to earn additional compensation while enhancing the quality of life on tour. According to a press release, NetJets initiated mid-term bargaining to improve compensation for long-term and new hire pilots, leading to the new program.