Flying for a belgian airline, medium haul jet, First Officer, I get about 2900 euros per month, after tax. It's per diem included. Other benefits are reduced fare ticket on the company, as well as ZED ticket + ID on interline. Plus interesting pension fund, loss of licence, insurance for my family in case of death. I should talk about the pretty good atmosphere in the cockpit and with the cabin crew, good meals we receive on board, usually nice hotels for night stop.
Thomson Airways captain in 5th year..£4200 net (eg winter, working once a week)-£7000 pm net(eg summer, working fairly hard and seliing 4 or 5 days back) Final salary pension, private healthcare, great t&c's (possibly to be eroded by new first choice management!), 42 days leave, brochure holidays discounted 50%, incremental pay up to 20 years
Large BizJet company Capt: GBP 4,200 net a month plus 70 Euro's per diem for how ever many days one does away from home each month.
(normally between 15-18 a month, but with the 'booming' economy slightly less)
Very stable roster published a month in advance
LoL, BUPA, Life Insurance, Pension available, uniform provided, Medical/Licencing fees paid, 22 days annual leave.
Best job in the world!
Last edited by south coast; 26th Jan 2009 at 10:41.
First year, first officer, turboprop in Norway, take home about NOK 20k-25k (about £2200 or so). 7on-7off-7on-14off. Travel costs not included, but free accomodation at the base. LOL, pension, travel insurance, etc included.
FO Lear60 Almost 3 years exp (2y and 10month)
+-4700 eur net fixed salary plus working on off days means an addition of 450eur net Fly around 650h a year benefits: loss of licence, pension and accomodation and tickets paid by the company and the overnights always in 5 star hotels (ow and a visa card from the company when on duty) 3 weeks on 2 weeks off