AFA won an election to represent Flight Attendants. Out of 879 eligible employees, there were 456 votes for AFA, 234 votes for IBT and 1 write-in vote. Certification May 20, 2010.
Center for Emergency Medicine, Western PA –STAT MedEvac
OPEIU lost an election to represent Flight Deck Crew – Line Pilots. Out of 65 eligible employees, there were 26 votes for OPEIU. Dismissal May 14, 2010.
NJI, Inc./NetJets Aviation, Inc.
In an application filed by AFA to represent Flight Attendants at NJI, Inc, the NMB determined that NJI, Inc. and NetJets Aviation, Inc. do not operate as a single transportation system. Determination May 12, 2010.
IBT's certification as representative of Republic Airlines flight attendants extended to cover flight attendants employed by Midwest, which was acquired by Republic and merged into that airline in July 2009. AFA's certification as representative of Midwest flight attendants was terminated. Determination of certification April 6, 2010.
Republic Airlines/Frontier Airlines
On March 11, 2010, the NMB found that Republic Airlines d/b/a Midwest Airlines, Chautauqua Airlines, and Shuttle America operate as a single transportation system for representation purposes under the RLA. The NMB also determined that Frontier Airlines and Lynx are not part of this single transportation system.
IAM lost an election to represent Simulator Technicians. Out of 91 employees, there were 40 votes for IAM and 3 votes for other. Dismissal March 1, 2010.
Certification of Southern Air Crew Group as representative of Cockpit Crew Members transferred to IBT. Certification transferred February 24, 2010.
IBT won an election to represent Fleet Service Employees. Out of 7603 eligible employees there were 4102 votes for IBT, 27 votes for other and 19 void votes. Certification February 16, 2010.
Cape Air (Hyannis Air Services, Inc.)
IBT won an election to represent Pilots. Out of 121 eligible employees, there were 31 votes for Cape Air Pilots Association and 47 votes for IBT. Certification January 14, 2010.