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EasyJet Salaries for F/O's

Old 18th Jul 2013, 09:14
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Bus driver, have you also done a sim check already?
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Old 18th Jul 2013, 09:43
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Yeap TL, done it couple of days after in Burgess Hill
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Old 19th Jul 2013, 15:05
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Just to clarify things a little bit....

I was told I can choose any base. I understand people are waiting for transfers for years but this what they told me ....

I was asked about the contract and I said PEMANENT only.

I did not ask about the first assignment (FO or SFO) It looks like 100% FO but I was counting on you guys to tell me if there is any chance to get a SFO job (if my experience is high enough and if company regulation permits).

So all I need to know is how much should I expect to earn as a FO on a permanent contract. Or make it whatewer you think I shall be as a rookie employee on a permanent contract

EURO/month after tax...
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Old 20th Jul 2013, 14:52
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EasyJet Salaries for F/O's

Minimum 5000 eur/month net if on Euro contract.
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Old 20th Jul 2013, 15:14
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That would mean at least 10.000 gross for a German contract. Very nice salary if true.
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Old 20th Jul 2013, 16:07
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Lorenzo,

"The NEC will get you a 75% part-time contract with the ability to bid for 90% salary on fixed 5354 roster, or 100% salary which will get you on a 12 month FRV roster."

...is not true. It's 75% or 100% FRV only until you reach 2 years service on permanent employment, then it's 5354 SFO.
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Old 20th Jul 2013, 16:31
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Denti, Lohn- und Einkommensteuerberechnung would disagree with you. As you qualify for the 16,4 % Schichtzulage (tax free element due to working nights and holidays), a gross pay of around 8,300 /month should give you around 5,000 net.

I have no idea what an FO contract in Germany would pay as none exist so far. Only for SFO. On that you will gross around 100 k/year.
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Old 20th Jul 2013, 17:03
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EasyJet Salaries for F/O's

French FO is 5k+ SFO closer to 6k.
Italy very similar. Spain was similar too.
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Old 20th Jul 2013, 17:51
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From the top of my head basic salary as 75% uk based FO is about £33,000. This would be the initial offer unless 100% is available straight away (probably only in LGW. You join a waitlist for the full time contract in your current base.

Sector pay will add another £7000 per year or so.

SFO is achieved 2 years and 2000 factored easyjet hours from the commencement of the FO payscale.

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Old 20th Jul 2013, 19:16
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Has there been clarification as to whether it's cash up front for the cost of the type rating and no bond or is there some other funding scheme?
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Old 22nd Jul 2013, 03:38
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I would be extremely cautious with mentioning a Schichtzulage, those have been ruled illegal by the highest german tax court quite a few years ago. If your airline still uses it better be quiet, otherwise it can blow up quite wide and cost both employees and company a lot of money. Besides, everything over 15% means that around half the work done by the employees is done at night or during weekends / holidays which is what airlines flying longhaul do, however in the case of easyjet i somehow doubt it.
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Old 22nd Jul 2013, 17:08
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Every single employee files a tax return and the Finanzamt has no complaints, so I somewhat doubt your prophecies of doom, Denti.
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Old 23rd Jul 2013, 07:55
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So in this case as a senior fo you will hardly get 3000pounds after tax?
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Old 23rd Jul 2013, 09:25
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UK SFO is around 3.7k after tax.
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Old 23rd Jul 2013, 11:14
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Do those salaries include Sector pay and the like?

DO easy work any 70% contracts to work hard over the summer months and chill out over winter?

Mil pilot, 4,000 tt, 1500 Captain on Heavy Multijet, 3500 total multi time (2000 on 4 jet, 1000 on multi-prop).


Out in the near future and interested in what the comparables are.

Any accelerated Captaincy for experienced ex mil guys, or at least how long to SFO?

More than happy to be bonded after completing my 16, a few years to repay TR is no drama!

For comparison btw, Senior captain in the mil with training responsibilities is on less than an easy SFO.

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Old 23rd Jul 2013, 20:23
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Careful VR - you may not be helping with pay negotiations making those kind of statements! - You're selling yourself cheap!

I reckon Flt Lt level 9 + Enhanced rate = 62k , plus the pension package and allowances on top. (The total of which I haven't the time to add up, but is a good few bob).

If pjn is to be believed, SFO is 55k + (at a guess) 120 days of (on average) 3 sectors = 61k minus pension minus HTD - etc,etc.

Thus if eJ are picking up on this they are expecting Mil guys to step into the RHS on a pay-cut; a couple of steps up the eJ pay increments may make it an easier decision to work there over any other potential offer!! (oh and not having to do AirFP!)

FWIW - I think there's more to it than the money (as it gets a bit like lies, damn lies and statistics), but hopefully a life in Orange could be a bit more enjoyable and provide a bit more work/life balance than where I am now!

Fingers crossed and good luck to all!
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Old 24th Jul 2013, 21:27
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Once you throw in the service pension, I reckon a 70% contract would do me! I wouldn't consider selling ones-self short, more trying to get some semblance of a life back!
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Old 24th Jul 2013, 22:45
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And you want to go to easyJet!!!!
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Old 25th Jul 2013, 18:57
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What are SFOs getting in Berlin after tax? Estimated figure anyone?
Wer arbeitet in Berlin?

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Old 26th Jul 2013, 23:24
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a couple of steps up the eJ pay increments
Sorry, what increments are these?! I need to talk to my BC...
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