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Old 28th Dec 2019, 13:59
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VA RHS year 3 pay scale , £81,866 , fixed 750 hr limit per year
787-9 , max 4 trips per month , been averaging 2 lately due engine issues which has been great,
take home is around £4500 with 6% (15% from company) pension conts... full private healthcare etc..

allowances now world wide rate so not as good as before but inline with other airlines , prob save around $450 per month on a 4 trip month .

Cons : wish we had more routes
Management is a pain
wish the day off incentive was better

Pros : good crowd to work with
lots of days off
still sociable down route

by no means is it perfect but i find it better than Big Air
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Old 28th Dec 2019, 14:02
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All the americans have little to brag, because we all remember not many years ago when a regional FO was making less than 20k USD gross. Less than the receptionist mentioned above.
They make more in good times, but when s**t hits the fan, furloughs and pay cuts hit much harder on that side of the pond.
And I would rather be unemployed in good old europe, compared to the states.
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Old 28th Dec 2019, 18:07
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NoelEvans

In some parts of some countries that is probably a very comfortable income.
It doesnít matter whether it provides a decent living or not, itís about reward for responsibility and for your expertise.
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Old 28th Dec 2019, 18:20
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Central European touristic carrier, captain in 2nd year, 120k€ before tax, which is slightly north of 7k€ net monthly, 700 hours, two nights away in total (all year!). Four working days in winter per month, but busy in summer...
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Old 29th Dec 2019, 04:16
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LHS ME A380 Ä222.920 net, this is inclusive of all allowances / pension contributions etc etc.

Flown just shy of 400 hours but spent quite some time in the box.

Overall fairly happy with the work / life balance but this is largely due to my personal (job) circumstances.

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Old 29th Dec 2019, 09:31
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TUI Airways: Captain, £180,000 per year (P60), high 800 hours in that year.
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Old 29th Dec 2019, 09:38
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Originally Posted by midnight cruiser View Post
. The top 1% of UK tax payers (roughly training Captain pay level and above) pay more than a third of the country's total income tax revenue - The bottom 42% pay nothing. and then have the cheek to endlessly implore the government to put the whole lot into the bottomless pit that is the disfunctional NHS. (which rather conveniently, they didn't contribute a penny towards, but desperately need, to deal with their morbid obesity/diabetes/etc)

.
Lets lobby the government to join the top 0.1%, who hold 56% of the nationís wealth, yet pay less tax as a proportion of their wealth than anyone else. Perhaps that is worth considering when we vent our frustrations...
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Old 29th Dec 2019, 10:39
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Alaska Airlines A320 Captian.

$335k USD plus $50k USD contribution to retirement fund, totaling $385K

16 days off a month

About 900 hours flight time.

Can somebody explain why you guys don't name the airline you work at? I thought the point was to let job-hunters know what they can make at a specific airline.
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Old 29th Dec 2019, 11:00
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easyJet, A320, European Base, 3rd year FO (5% Loyalty kicking in this month), 740 Hrs Full Time, Gross €76000, Net €48000. Third stripe in a few months adding €1000/month after tax
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Old 29th Dec 2019, 12:25
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Originally Posted by jriv View Post
Alaska Airlines A320 Captian.

$335k USD plus $50k USD contribution to retirement fund, totaling $385K

16 days off a month

About 900 hours flight time.

Can somebody explain why you guys don't name the airline you work at? I thought the point was to let job-hunters know what they can make at a specific airline.
That's a lot of hours, with that amount of days off.
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Old 29th Dec 2019, 13:53
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Originally Posted by dirk85 View Post
That's a lot of hours, with that amount of days off.
That's an average of 5.2 hrs per day if he had 16 days off per month. 365-192 = 173 flying.
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Old 29th Dec 2019, 18:29
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EU LCC LHS A320.

Part time 7/7 70% contract since April.

400 flying hours in 2019.

Total gross for the year Ä140000
Net Ä86000

We missed out on our bonus this year though.
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Old 29th Dec 2019, 20:41
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TUI UK, LHS none trainer 75/76, 15 off a month, £165k plus 26k company pension contribution. 800 hours/year. 3-5 nights away.
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Old 30th Dec 2019, 00:30
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Originally Posted by dirk85 View Post
That's a lot of hours, with that amount of days off.
Iíd guess he/she is based on the west coast and does a lot of transcons. Not hard to imagine with their route structure.
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Old 30th Dec 2019, 06:21
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Originally Posted by Check Airman View Post


Iíd guess he/she is based on the west coast and does a lot of transcons. Not hard to imagine with their route structure.
Thats pretty accurate.
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Old 30th Dec 2019, 08:54
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Year one in commercial longhaul, having finished 12 years as a military aircraft commander.

Over a £20k increase in salary (including allowances) as a Year one FO. 10k company pension, free healthcare, cycle-to-work, talk of salary sacrifice car finance, plus amazing staff travel perks on a huge network, great workforce and couldnít be happier. Pilots Jobs network has accurate salary figures.

Been a busy year though. Will finish on 900 hours.
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Old 30th Dec 2019, 09:50
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Originally Posted by VinRouge View Post
Year one in commercial longhaul, having finished 12 years as a military aircraft commander.

Over a £20k increase in salary (including allowances) as a Year one FO. 10k company pension, free healthcare, cycle-to-work, talk of salary sacrifice car finance, plus amazing staff travel perks on a huge network, great workforce and couldnít be happier. Pilots Jobs network has accurate salary figures.

Been a busy year though. Will finish on 900 hours.
what company ?
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Old 30th Dec 2019, 14:45
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UK Turboprop
400hrs 2019
RHS
£28k (no extras)
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Old 30th Dec 2019, 15:31
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Originally Posted by VinRouge View Post
Year one in commercial longhaul, having finished 12 years as a military aircraft commander.

Over a £20k increase in salary (including allowances) as a Year one FO. 10k company pension, free healthcare, cycle-to-work, talk of salary sacrifice car finance, plus amazing staff travel perks on a huge network, great workforce and couldnít be happier. Pilots Jobs network has accurate salary figures.

Been a busy year though. Will finish on 900 hours.
Useless when you donít mention who you work for or what you actually make.
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Old 30th Dec 2019, 16:22
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Originally Posted by Mansnothot View Post


Useless when you donít mention who you work for or what you actually make.
UK flag carrier, salary as per PPJN, Thot.
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