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Old 29th Jul 2012, 11:02
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Goblin,

Group certificates (JQ) have been out for quite a few weeks now...
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Old 29th Jul 2012, 11:53
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Group certificates are out...

Group Certificates (aka End of Year Pay Summary) were issued a couple of weeks back...

I had a good cry when I read mine...

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Old 9th Aug 2012, 06:52
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Would anybody have salary information on Sharp Airlines?

Thanks in advance.
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Old 7th Feb 2013, 12:09
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Lots of movement around the country, time for an update?
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Old 8th Feb 2013, 09:42
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Hell, why not?

Australian based China Southern A330 Captains are averaging 18 nights at home each month and $350K pa ($20K per month in the bank after all taxes).

Four more glistening brand new A330s, fully loaded with all the goodies, arriving this year for the Oz operations.

Europe, UK, Asia and the Pacific layovers.

CSA have to be the friendliest, most accommodating people to work for and without any of the usual 'backstabbing, screw your mates, clamber over a dead dog to reach the top' culture of most carriers.

The gals are the 5th most stylish in the AP;

The top 10 stylish cabin crew in the Asia Pacific:
1. China Eastern Airlines
2. Asiana Airlines, Korea
3. Virgin Australia
4. Air China
5. China Southern
6. Air Asia, Malaysia
7. Singapore Airlines
8. Korean Air
9. Philippine Airlines
10. Jeju Air, Korea

A great job and a very happy bunch of chappies indeed

BTW, more A330 crew required!!

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Old 8th Feb 2013, 15:38
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CSA have to be the friendliest, most accommodating people to work for and without any of the usual 'backstabbing, screw your mates, clamber over a dead dog to reach the top' culture of most carriers.
Yep, until they don't require your services anymore. Look at AC, they have wonderful ways of removing pilots on contract.

Let that new A330 sit in the Gaungzhou sunshine for a little bit longer and see how quickly the gloss wears off!

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Old 9th Feb 2013, 07:23
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Unusual to have someone from CSA recruitment posting on DandG

You know it's a wind up when they put mainland Chinese CC above Singapore and Air Asia
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Old 9th Feb 2013, 10:06
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I expected the usual suspects to throw rocks at something they know little about.

No wind up and not from any contract company. Here is the link for the Cabin Crew rating;

The Australian airline with the most glamorous cabin crew | News.com.au

I take it your beauty's didn't make the grade?

CSA is trying extremely hard to keep expats happy, despite the usual list of demands that contract pilots roll out. The goal is another Emirates, Cathay, etc and they will be hammering the Australian market hard.

CSA has also dismissed pilots for disciplinary and standards issues, having said that if you play the game you are welcomed into the family.

Make no mistake, you need to put in a big effort and need to be a healthy specimen with a great attitude (no dick swinging egos welcome) to get accepted, but the rewards are there once up and running.

Monthly pay is net and no tax top up required for Oz pilots.

Enjoy!
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Old 9th Feb 2013, 12:46
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Kaaaaaa Boy

For you my little friend...

"Without Haste, Without Fear-We Conquer the World"
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Old 9th Feb 2013, 20:31
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CSA

G'day E.P.

Check your PM.....pls
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Old 9th Feb 2013, 21:34
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The gals are the 5th most stylish
just to clarify, the "gals" are not the most stylish, he "gals" uniforms are the most stylish. There is a very large distinction between the two.

E.g. Julia Gillard in one of these stylish uniforms does not make Julia Gillard stylish.

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Old 9th Feb 2013, 23:13
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True, but the collars still need to match the cuffs which is why QF et al is nowhere to be seen.
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Old 9th Feb 2013, 23:45
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Agreed! ...........................
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Old 10th Feb 2013, 06:00
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Re CSA

Monthly pay is net and no tax top up required for Oz pilots
EP,
Are you, (ie, expat pilots) being issued with official Chinese Govt tax receipts indicating exactly what tax has been paid?
As I understand it, this is the only way one can avoid paying the tax at home.
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Old 10th Feb 2013, 06:21
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Yes Sir and you should also research the ATO treaty below.

ARTICLE 15 - Dependent Personal Services

AUSTRALIAN TAX TREATIES
Chinese Agreement
AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF AUSTRALIA AND THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA FOR THE AVOIDANCE OF DOUBLE TAXATION AND THE PREVENTION OF FISCAL EVASION WITH RESPECT TO TAXES ON INCOME
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Old 16th Sep 2013, 08:47
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Sorry to digress but what updates or additions of the T's & C's do we have from Page 1's list, from April 2011 (see below)?

"1st Year Base Salary Rates-

QANTAS
767 Captain - $227,760
737 F/O - $114,000

Virgin Blue
A330 Captain - $193,000
A330 F/O - $126,000
737 Captain - $190,334
737 F/O - $104,684
E-jet Captain - $152,267
E-jet F/O - $83,747

V Australia
B777 Captain - $207,934
B777 F/O - $120,924
B777 S/O - $61,285

Jetstar
A330 Captain - $180,871
A330 F/O - $99,480
A320 Captain - $158,659
A320 F/O- $87,626

Tiger
A320 Captain - $122,120
A320 F/O - $81,800

Strategic
A330 Captain
A330 F/O
A320 Captain
A320 F/O - $113,000

Cobham
B717 Captain - $144,000
B717 F/O - $78,288
BAe 146 Captain - $144,000
BAe 146 F/O - $78,288
DHC-8 Captain - $78,255
DHC-8 F/O - $46,940
Coastwatch DHC-8 Captain - $109,902
Coastwatch DHC-8 F/O - $65,941


Alliance
F100 Captain - $122,675
F100 F/O - $82,819
F50 Captain
F50 F/O

Skywest
A320 Captain - $165,000
A320 F/O - $107,250
F100 Captain - $128,848
F100 F/O - $83,751
F50 Captain - $97,244
F50 F/O - $63,209

Qantaslink
Q400 Captain - $92,863
Q400 F/O - $60,361
Q300/Q200 Captain - $86,789
Q300/Q200 F/O - $56,466

Regional Express
SF340 Captain - $76,322
SF340 F/O - $46,337

Aeropelican
BAe32 Captain - $64,862
BAe32 F/O - $46,559

RFDS QLD
B200, PC12, C208 Line pilot - Tier 1 $93784 Tier 2 $104817

Skippers
DHC-8 Captain -$89,168
DHC-8 F/O - $50,253
E120 Captain - $88,816
E120 F/O - $50,253
SA227 Captain - $70,855
SA227 F/O - $42,537

Brindabella
J41 Captain - $69,000
J41 F/O - $46,000

Metro Captain - $57,000
Metro F/O - $38,000

Express Freighters Australia
B737 Captain - $120,000
B737 F/O - $75,000
B767 Captain - $170,000
B767 F/O - $110,000

Air North
E170 Captain -
E170 F/O -
E120 Captain -
E120 F/O -
SA227 Captain -
SA227 F/O -

Skytrans
DHC-8 Captain -
DHC-8 F/O -

Network
F100 Captain - $140,000
F100 F/O - $85,000

E120 Captain - $85,000
E120 F/O - $55,000

Hardy Aviation
Metro Captain - $75,000
Metro F/O - $52,000

C441 Captain - $70,000"
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Old 16th Sep 2013, 09:17
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E.P.

The fact that there's a tax agreement with China means nothing unless the ATO accepts that actual tax has been paid. If CSA was confident about this why wouldn't they have approached the ATO to get a ruling on this?

If it's the "tax paid" that tips it for you, I'd get a good tax opinion to back it up.
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Old 16th Sep 2013, 21:41
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Virgin Blue NOW VAA
A330 Captain - $193,000 NOW $229,590
A330 F/O - $126,000 NOW $125,275 to $149,234
737 Captain - $190,334 NOW$205,473
737 F/O - $104,684 NOW $113,010 to $133,557
E-jet Captain - $152,267 NOW $173,174
E-jet F/O - $83,747 NOW $95,246 to $112,563

V Australia NOW VAI
B777 Captain - $207,934 NOW $244,500 4th YEAR ,$265,400 6th YEAR inc SUPER
B777 F/O - $120,924 NOW $155,000 4th YEAR, $170,000 6th YEAR inc SUPER
B777 S/O - $61,285 NOW $89,000 4th YEAR, $92,500 6th YEAR inc SUPER

Last edited by ad-astra; 17th Sep 2013 at 01:22. Reason: Inclusion of 6th Year values
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Old 16th Sep 2013, 23:30
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Not quite correct,

777 Figures quoted are level 4 not 5

Most Captains and F/o's now on level 6
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Old 16th Sep 2013, 23:54
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If you make it to level 7 do you win a free life pack or something? I am shite at these games.

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