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Basologie 26th Mar 2019 14:38

For clarity, please post like this :
1) QR
2) RHS
3) 777
4) 3
5) Worked 230 days (of which 15 days off downroute), leave 42 days, off 94 days
6) All flights are with an overnight apart from line check
7) Block 1100 + 260 hours deadhead
8) NET approx 100.000,- for basic and flight pay
9) per diem depends on destination roughly 550,- to 750 euro a month, 3500,- housing + utilities
10) NET income 145.000,- euro per year

CaptainProp 26th Mar 2019 20:13


7) Block 1100 + 260 hours deadhead
:confused: :eek: Is this for real?! 1100 BLOCK + 260 positioning?!

​​​​​​​CP

Boeing 7E7 27th Mar 2019 15:01

TUI
captain
lots over time
£180,000+

VJW 27th Mar 2019 18:18


Originally Posted by Boeing 7E7 (Post 10431483)
TUI
captain
lots over time
£180,000+

Wow that surprises me...

Early Right 27th Mar 2019 19:45

1) Airline employer: Nordic
2) Seat : Left
3) Aircraft type; B757/767
4) Years of Service with company: 20
5) How many days you worked: 15-20/month
6) How many overnights you had 10/month
7) How many hours you blocked 550/yr
8) Gross income: aprox eur180.000
9) Extra Pay: Per diem +/- eur16.000 untaxed, pension +/- eur40.000 untaxed
10) Total gross income. +/- eur236.000
All in all a very reasonable bunch to work with

VJW 27th Mar 2019 22:02


Originally Posted by AIMINGHIGH123 (Post 10431711)


Have you seen the TUI O/T DO payments?

Mate of mine 2nd year at TUI £95k before tax but he worked hard for it.

95k in overtime? Somethings got to give there surely?!

Are they paying £100k to Captains to only work 500 hrs ?

Solenoid 27th Mar 2019 22:22


Originally Posted by FightFireWithFire (Post 10419924)
1) VLG
2) Rhs
3) A320
4) 8 months
5) 12 days off minimum
6) 25 in total more or less, and I've ask for that
7) 547
8) 23. 884€ net (yes, I went through every single paycheck)

that salary is a real shame for our profession.

Boeing 7E7 27th Mar 2019 23:12


Originally Posted by VJW (Post 10431882)


95k in overtime? Somethings got to give there surely?!

Are they paying £100k to Captains to only work 500 hrs ?

The key here is over time. The business model TUI uses is that it is crewed to about 80% of its pilot need which allows pilots to significantly increase their take home pay, should they want to. Some pilots do a lot of overtime, some pilots do a little and some pilots do none. It’s up to them. The company benefit because their overall salary bill is less, by not having to carry so many pilots over the quieter winter months, while effectively employing 20% of it peak pilot requirements by employing contract (company pilots) on a daily rate, without having to also pay pension, NI, LOL, Private Health Care and the numerous other costs associated with employing a pilot. In general it works well.

twogoodstarts 27th Mar 2019 23:31

As stated above, the overtime at TUI is very lucrative and win win for the company and pilot.
As a year 5 FO I’ve grossed just over £100k per year over the last three years.

Yes I sign up for alot of overtime but my yearly flying hours are still no more than about 800 ish.
With no overtime I’m guessing it would be around the 620 ish hours mark and just over 80k gross.

Captains doing lots of overtime are grossing up to £200k.

antonov09 29th Mar 2019 22:43



1) Airline employer: Ryanair
2) Seat : Left
3) Aircraft type; B737 Training Department
4) Years of Service with company: 10
5) How many days you worked: 15
6) How many overnights you had 0
7) How many hours you blocked 400
8) Gross income: aprox £170000
9) Extra Pay: 6 Off day payments for extra training days last year
10) Total gross income. £170000

Alpine Flyer 1st Apr 2019 09:55

For clarity, please post like this :
1) Airline employer: Central European Legacy Carrier
2) Seat: left front
3) Aircraft type: E195
4) Years of Service with company: almost 30
5) How many days you worked: 205
6) How many overnights you had: a couple per month
7) How many hours you blocked: 820 (including credit hours)
8) Gross income. 150K EUR
9) Extra Pay (DC, PS, etc.) 15K EUR (Instructor), (rather low per diems not included, a few hundred per month)
10) Total gross income. 165K EUR (plus 5% pension contribution in pension plan plus 1,73% contribution in state severance payment funds plus stat pension contribution)

Taxed at roughly 40-45% overall.

Basologie 13th Apr 2019 07:29


Originally Posted by CaptainProp (Post 10430673)


:confused: :eek: Is this for real?! 1100 BLOCK + 260 positioning?!

CP

Yup for sure

Taviator 13th Apr 2019 10:40

1) Airline employer: Ryanair
2) Seat: RHS
3) Aircraft type: B737
4) Years of Service with company: 1 year
5) How many days you worked: ~19/month
6) How many overnights you had: 0
7) How many hours you blocked: 860
8) Gross income: 48000€ basic
9) Extra Pay (DC, PS, etc.): 25000€ (5500 allowance+19500€ flight pay)
10) Total gross income: 73000€

I'm planning to go to QR now though. I'd like to have those 145k net for a few years to pay off loans :eek:

linza 13th Apr 2019 22:51

1) Airline employer: Vueling
2) Seat : Left
3) Aircraft type; A320 family
4) Years of Service with company: 7
5) How many days you worked: 11-13/month
6) How many overnights you had: 0-1/month
7) How many hours you blocked: nearly 900 hours/year
8) Gross income: 154.000€ year 2018 (tax certificate)
9) Taxes around 35-40%
10) Net income around 100k

At homebase..... :ok:

Modular Halil 6th Feb 2020 21:22


Originally Posted by g109 (Post 10040264)
EK
CAPT
A380
abound 100h/month
around 900h/year
around 11 overnight/month
around 11000 GBP net/month
plus pension
plus Health ins
plus LoL
plus free house, all bills paid

still looking to leave.


mind if i ask why you'd want to leave?


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