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Old 7th Oct 2017, 20:58   #121 (permalink)
 
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It seems they increased the Captains salary in 500 per year. That along with a fantastic per diem of 30. Must be tough and ingenious touring in Europe with that per diem...
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It seems they increased the Captains salary in 500 per year. That along with a fantastic per diem of 30. Must be tough and ingenious touring in Europe with that per diem...

Line trainers ( +500/month) not the captains...
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Line trainers ( +500/month) not the captains...

And how much does that come down to now, and is this with the 48% Austrian tax?
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And how much does that come down to now, and is this with the 48% Austrian tax?
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Old 8th Oct 2017, 15:17   #125 (permalink)
 
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I meant more how much the gross annual salary became after the 500 per month increase for line trainers and regular captains, and if the numbers mentioned where gross or net, not how to calculate from gross to net.

But thanks for trying to help. I know you meant well
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Old 8th Oct 2017, 17:05   #126 (permalink)
 
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This question cannot be answered as such. Captain salary is based on the total hours on Jet in AOC environment. So the spread in GROSS is from 57500 to 89000 for Line Trainer, Regular Commander remove 6000.. So using the tool you get a MAX of around 55000 NET so 4600 net per month Highest PAY at GAC for the time being.

I am not aware of a company giving pay rise in net..
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Old 9th Oct 2017, 09:43   #127 (permalink)
 
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You mean far ago from Frisco ?
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Old 9th Oct 2017, 11:14   #128 (permalink)
 
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You mean far ago from Frisco ?
Indeed, I am no-one but a shadow...
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Old 9th Oct 2017, 11:49   #129 (permalink)
 
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A while ago I went to the interview for the non-type rated first officer position and the day after I received the following offer:
- salary €1850 per month, 14 months salary - increasing by €200 every 700 hours on jet aircraft up to a maximum of €2350 per month.
- €30 per diem
- 6 days on, 4 days off
- I had to pay €24000 for the type rating
- there was also a 3 year bond for €11000
- They were charging me €600 for the uniform
- The employment starts after line training

They were genuinely shocked when I told them I'd rather be a flight instructor than accept those terms and conditions.
Also if you do the math you'll be better off as a flight instructor than accept those terms.
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Indeed, I am no-one but a shadow...

Guess you're a French dinosaur
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Old 9th Oct 2017, 13:14   #131 (permalink)
 
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A while ago I went to the interview for the non-type rated first officer position and the day after I received the following offer:
- salary 1850 per month, 14 months salary - increasing by 200 every 700 hours on jet aircraft up to a maximum of 2350 per month.
- 30 per diem
- 6 days on, 4 days off
- I had to pay 24000 for the type rating
- there was also a 3 year bond for 11000
- They were charging me 600 for the uniform
- The employment starts after line training

They were genuinely shocked when I told them I'd rather be a flight instructor than accept those terms and conditions.
Also if you do the math you'll be better off as a flight instructor than accept those terms.
I suppose it takes some very, very naive people to accept both a self sponsored typerating AND a bond... They are investing 0 and you pay them if you want to leave
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Old 10th Oct 2017, 08:44   #132 (permalink)
 
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Let me get this right, not only you would have to pay €24k to self-finance the TR but you will also be bonded for €11k? It doesn't really make much sense to me unless the bond would be available if they partly pay for the TR. If not, then shocking...
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Old 11th Oct 2017, 09:07   #133 (permalink)
 
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Does anybody have recent experience with the DEC assessment?

Scheduled to go to Linz end of the month for a one-day assessment, all info is appreciated.

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Old 11th Oct 2017, 22:42   #134 (permalink)
 
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Nice outfit to work for. Obviously their pilots are not the desperate types. Holy crap.
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Old 15th Oct 2017, 23:06   #135 (permalink)
 
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And remember in Austria, by Law the employer can terminate the employment at will for no reason..
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Old 17th Oct 2017, 07:02   #136 (permalink)
 
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Care to elaborate CL300?
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Old 17th Oct 2017, 08:59   #137 (permalink)
 
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It is just what I wrote above : In Austria the employer can terminate your contract with 6 weeks notice ( less than 2 years of employment) for no reason given. And if you are NOT resident in Austria, you cannot look for unemployment benefits, UNLESS, you get U1 and S1 form in order, and try to claim it in your own country.
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I suppose it takes some very, very naive people to accept both a self sponsored typerating AND a bond... They are investing 0 and you pay them if you want to leave
I think that people, looking for a job, and having one offered, are not thinking about leaving the company, so in essence bonding ( even though very marginally legal, if you ask me) someone coming with a type rating is not really important if you plan to stay for a long term.
Obviously, if your plan is to leave within 6 months, the question is : why are you getting there ?

After the assessment, the money invested to get to the biggest hub of Europe ( AKA Linz), and a positive offer after may be months of searches and trials. What would you do if you discover at that time that finally you are bonded ? Take or Drop ?

So there is some takers...

As far as the assessment is concerned, if you had made a previous one with another company, this one is in pair, may be more psychology than technical nowadays.
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Old 17th Oct 2017, 10:38   #139 (permalink)
 
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But seriously, who takes these crappy jobs?
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Old 17th Oct 2017, 12:13   #140 (permalink)
 
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But seriously, who takes these crappy jobs?
People who need to fly for a reason or another, not everyone has the chance to be at Netjets or TAG...
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