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Old 20th Feb 2018, 16:12
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Question Iberia pilot salary

Hola!

Does anyone know anything about the salaries in Iberia?

How much do you make (take home pay) per month as an entry level first officer?

Someone told me it's about 35k/year but I don't know if he ment gross or net...

Does it rise "rapidly" after a few years or does it stay like that for 10 years...?

I know they have a "Convenio" but it's impossible to get the numbers together there are too many variables so I'm looking for a ballpark figure

Thanks!
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Old 20th Feb 2018, 16:31
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2000-2500 eur after taxes in your bank account per month.

And no, it takes many years to go up the scale with the new entry levels. To earn low-cost carrier FO money it would take you around 5 years or more I seem to recall by memory - as per the convenio.
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Old 20th Feb 2018, 23:53
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35.000 gross salary a year.

That means 2000/2300€ net a month

11 levels at Iberia now. Takes 2 years every level...

Is doesnt matter if you fly short or long haul.
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Old 21st Feb 2018, 10:07
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How much does salary increase wirh every level?
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Old 23rd Feb 2018, 16:49
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Wow thanks for the answers. That's quite low considering you even have to pay for the Type Rating... :/
Same question as above, how much does the salary increase with every level?
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Old 25th Feb 2018, 10:24
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Apartment rentals in Madrid are quite expensive and the cost of living as well.
Lets say flat rental could be 1000/1400 Eur per month.
You need 150 Eur weekly for meals/living/incidentals. Transportation to and from Barajas? another 150/350 pm cost.
If you took a loan to pay the TR/self fund your training, then you also have to pay back about 500/700 pm. That is if you are single with no kids.

Its a 100000 Eur career (investment) that should have a higher return.
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Old 25th Feb 2018, 19:17
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Pay2fly killed the fly2pay
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Old 28th Feb 2018, 10:14
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And Vueling pays less?
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Old 1st Mar 2018, 14:36
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And Vueling pays less?
It pays less depending of your experience, but as far as I remember the next step is level 4, you need to have 1500 factorized hours and then you get around 2500-3000. But if you have level 5 or 6 is around 1200 per month as average and the first contract is eventual for 6-8months
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Old 18th Mar 2018, 23:33
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It pays less depending of your experience, but as far as I remember the next step is level 4, you need to have 1500 factorized hours and then you get around 2500-3000. But if you have level 5 or 6 is around 1200 per month as average and the first contract is eventual for 6-8months

Come on! come on!

Now new pilots joining Iberia are less pay than pilots low timers in Vueling.

If you give numbers to the members, give right number!

For a Level 6 in Winter (55H) is above 2200E and 80H in summer is 2600E.
For a Level 5 in Winter (55H) is above 3000E and 80H in summer is 3200E.
For a Level 4 in Winter (55H) is above 3400E and 80H in summer is 4000E.
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Old 28th Feb 2019, 08:37
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Vueling pay for new entry pilot without experience is around 2200 now in winter, at around 40H.
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Old 1st Mar 2019, 00:49
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Pay2fly killed the fly2pay
Yeah! Thank all those scumbags that paid to fly and screwed the profession
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Old 31st Aug 2019, 08:55
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Originally Posted by StrongWind View Post
Come on! come on!

Now new pilots joining Iberia are less pay than pilots low timers in Vueling.

If you give numbers to the members, give right number!

For a Level 6 in Winter (55H) is above 2200E and 80H in summer is 2600E.
For a Level 5 in Winter (55H) is above 3000E and 80H in summer is 3200E.
For a Level 4 in Winter (55H) is above 3400E and 80H in summer is 4000E.
and what is the salary the month of vacation?

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Old 9th Sep 2019, 12:12
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vueling pay, entry level (E/6, lowest one)

2100 - 45h
2400 - 50h
2700 - 75h
2600 - 60h
2650 - 46h
2520 - 70h

Average since out of training 2500 / 62 h per month.

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Old 9th Sep 2019, 12:24
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Why is this industry in a race to the bottom? Im glad I left it when I did. When will the airlines be happy.. when pilots work for free?
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Old 11th Sep 2019, 13:30
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Originally Posted by StrongWind View Post
Come on! come on!

Now new pilots joining Iberia are less pay than pilots low timers in Vueling.

If you give numbers to the members, give right number!

For a Level 6 in Winter (55H) is above 2200E and 80H in summer is 2600E.
For a Level 5 in Winter (55H) is above 3000E and 80H in summer is 3200E.
For a Level 4 in Winter (55H) is above 3400E and 80H in summer is 4000E.
I totally agree with him!
And I will add that lot of Level E got more than 3000E in summer!

Now with the new agreement incoming the Level E entry will be above 3000E each month more or less but still better than Iberia Level 11...
And if you are based in Paris, add 1500E bonus per month as housing allowance!
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