Thanksgiving comes to us out of the prehistoric dimness, universal to all ages and all faiths.
At whatever straws we must grasp, there is always a time for gratitude and new beginnings. ~J. Robert Moskin
Happy Thanksgiving from the Executive Board, Staff and Volunteers at IBT Local 357.
(The Union Hall will close at 2 PM ET on Wednesday, Nov. 25 and reopen on Monday, November 30.)
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Teamsters Local Union 357 welcomes you. Our mission is to protect and enhance the careers of our members.
We do this through four means: contract negotiations, contract administration, career preservation services, and public advocacy.
LOCAL 357 MEMBERS
Our members are a diverse group of aviators. We represent the flightdeck crewmembers of the following airlines:
· Republic Airlines
· Shuttle America
Republic and Shuttle America are owned by Indianapolis-based Republic Airways Holdings. On December 31, 2014, Chautauqua Airlines ended flight operations; all services and the fleet were absorbed into Shuttle America.
Our experienced pilot group is in charge of a wide fleet of jet and turboprop aircraft, including the
Embraer E-190, Embraer E-170 & E-175, Embraer E-140 & E-145 and the Bombardier Q400.
HISTORY OF LOCAL 357
Teamsters Local Union 357 was chartered by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters on July 1, 2010 for the purpose of providing representation, assistance, and security for flightdeck crewmembers employed by Republic Airways, Inc.
The Local is headquartered in Plainfield, Indiana, and represents over 2,100 crewmembers, based in cities across the United States.
On October 4, 2010, IBT Local 357 filed for single carrier status to integrate three additional airlines into one seniority list, which is required by the scope language in our current collective bargaining agreement, as they were all acquired by Republic Airways Holdings, Inc. Those three airlines are:
· Frontier Airlines
· Midwest Airlines
· Lynx Airlines
On June 12, 2014, the pilots of Frontier Airlines voted to re-certify their former union, FAPA. FAPA became the representational body for the Frontier pilots on June 13th.