The incumbent candidates were re-elected for a three-year term

COLUMBUS, Ohio , June 11, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — NJASAP members made their mandate clear by re-electing Captain Pedro Leroux to a fourth consecutive term as President of the Union, winning over 80% of the votes cast to support his candidacy. NetJets Association of Shared Aircraft Pilots (NJASAP), an independent labor law advocate, represents the professional interests of pilots flying for NetJets Aviation Inc., a Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK) company.

NJASAP members have issued a mandate re-electing the incumbent president, Captain Pedro Leroux, with a majority of 80% of the votes.

During the 42-day voting period that ended on Monday, June 10 at 1:00 p.m. ET, approximately 76% of members eligible to participate in the 2024 NJASAP officer election voted. Like the record number of votes cast in the 2024 Preliminary Agreement referendum, which ended in mid-April, Union members entered into force with voter turnout in the election of officers exceeding the historical average by 18.3%. The elections were held and their results confirmed by the Union’s long-time partner, BallotPoint Election Services.

As leader of Pilots Unite Slate, Leroux worked with a group of five attorneys – one for each open officer position – made up of four long-serving incumbents and a new member, Captain Clare Carey, who accepted employment with NetJets in 2021 for each open position officers – president, vice president, treasurer, secretary and trustee – Pilots Unite Slate candidates won approximately 80% of the votes.

“It was an extraordinary show of support and commitment from the members,” said Captain Pedro Leroux. “Serving as an elected officer of NJASAP has been the privilege of a lifetime, and Unite Slate Pilots unreservedly commit to the work with the same tenacity and focus that has long characterized our efforts to protect and advance the interests of NJASAP members.”

The three-year term of office of elected leaders will begin on July 1, 2024 and end on June 30, 2027.

Information about the NJASAP 2024 Executive Council

President Captain Pedro Leroux was named president of NJASAP in late September 2014 and has since continued in that role as leader of the Pilots Unite Slate group. A tireless advocate, Leroux has spent over twenty years working to protect and advance the interests of professional pilots. Since coming to NetJets in 2006, Leroux has served as a member of the NJASAP Compliance Committee, chair of the System Council on Compliance, and chief strategist.

Vice President Captain Paulette Gilbert she became an advocate for the Union in 2009 when she volunteered to work as a Furlough Working Group volunteer. She then accepted an invitation to serve on the NJASAP Strategy Group to develop NJASAPFamily program. Less than a year later, she took over the management of the Strategic Group, and in December 2014 she was appointed a member of the Management Board. As a member of Leroux’s Pilots Unite Slate, he has served as vice president of NJASAP since 2015.

Treasurer Captain Jason Layman manages all aspects of the Association’s financial activities. Shortly after accepting employment with NetJets in 2006, he was appointed to the Joint Reimbursement and Compensation Committee, allowing him to put his master’s degree in accounting to work for other NJASAP pilots. An experienced leader, Layman has served as NJASAP’s chief financial administrator since 2014 and in 2015 became part of Leroux’s Pilots Unite Slate.

Secretary Captain Paul Flynn is one of NJASAP’s most experienced supporters, serving as not only elected leader but also a member of the Negotiating Committee responsible for overseeing data analysis. Flynn also serves as vice chair of the Governmental Affairs Committee and a member of the NJASAP Scheduling Committee. Recruited by NetJets in late 2005, Flynn became a 2021 member of the Pilots Unite Slate.

Captain Clare Carey’s confidant, the newest addition to Pilots Unite, accepted a position with NetJets in October 2021. At the end of her trial year, she wasted no time in actively volunteering with NJASAP, beginning her activities as a member of the Pilots Committee. In early 2023, she was asked to serve on the Negotiating Committee and is currently the youngest member of the NJASAP Board of Stewards.

About NJASAP Founded in 2008 as an independent labor advocate, the NetJets Association of Shared Aircraft Pilots (NJASAP) represents the professional interests of more than 3,400 pilots flying for NetJets Aviation, Inc., a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway. For more information, please visit our websites, and or find us on Facebook,, Twitter, @njasap.

View original content to download media:

SOURCE NetJets Association of Aircraft Shared Pilots (NJASAP)