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arb101
01-24-2018, 05:39 AM
Hello all,

I just had a few questions for a project that I was hoping some could answer. I am building a spreadsheet of pay and retirements over the course of the next few years and am having a hard time finding some information. I have found some contract comparisons but some are out of date or donít have all the info I need.

I am looking for 320/737 info at legacy and major airlines in the states.

1. What is your airlines minimum monthly guarantee?
2. What is the average pilots credit each month(all different but a good guess would help). Iím not talking about the guy who doesnít work much or works a lot but just average.
3. What is your overtime rate if offered one? I know f9 is 72mmg and over 82 itís time and a quarter.

Any info would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you very much. I really appreciate it.

Arb


CantStayAway
01-24-2018, 06:42 AM
Check out

aerocrewnews.com


Near the back of the issue it has contract comparisons and MMG is one of the things listed for each airline. In the January issue I believe it starts on page 41 or 42.

Jcabesa
01-24-2018, 01:54 PM
Hello all,

I just had a few questions for a project that I was hoping some could answer. I am building a spreadsheet of pay and retirements over the course of the next few years and am having a hard time finding some information. I have found some contract comparisons but some are out of date or donít have all the info I need.

I am looking for 320/737 info at legacy and major airlines in the states.

1. What is your airlines minimum monthly guarantee?
2. What is the average pilots credit each month(all different but a good guess would help). Iím not talking about the guy who doesnít work much or works a lot but just average.
3. What is your overtime rate if offered one? I know f9 is 72mmg and over 82 itís time and a quarter.

Any info would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you very much. I really appreciate it.

Arb


F9 is 75 hour monthly guarantee.


arb101
01-25-2018, 06:20 AM
Thanks for the information Iíll have a look at the aero crew site.



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