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JPOKeefe
04-05-2018, 09:16 PM
Hey Guys & Gals

Just snagged my first gig in the part 91 world on the Learjets 40/45/70/75 and was wondering if anyone had the NBAA Salary numbers for this aircraft. As for myself, I would be an SIC on the airplanes, with no prior jet experience. I am just looking to see what the average is for the first couple of years. Thanks!


JPOKeefe
04-05-2018, 09:24 PM
area is mid-south Illinois

Red Forman
04-06-2018, 10:26 AM
We just hired a sub 500 hour SIC with no jet experience on an XLS for $75,000.


dbflyer
04-07-2018, 07:53 PM
We just hired a sub 500 hour SIC with no jet experience on an XLS for $75,000.

Sub 500TT or AMEL?

What is your typical starting for a citation captain? Ours is around $120K for CE550 and we're losing people.

Vital Signs
04-07-2018, 07:56 PM
We just hired a sub 500 hour SIC with no jet experience on an XLS for $75,000.

Times have changed

Red Forman
04-08-2018, 06:57 AM
Sub 500TT or AMEL?

What is your typical starting for a citation captain? Ours is around $120K for CE550 and we're losing people.

Sub 500TT. Starting Captain pay is 105, but we get a 5% raise every year plus stock options.

Liberty Pilot
04-08-2018, 11:45 PM
Sub 500TT. Starting Captain pay is 105, but we get a 5% raise every year plus stock options.

Wow.. We hired a sub 500 XLS and CJ guy. He cant be making more than 40k

BPWI
04-09-2018, 04:47 PM
Hey Guys & Gals

Just snagged my first gig in the part 91 world on the Learjets 40/45/70/75 and was wondering if anyone had the NBAA Salary numbers for this aircraft. As for myself, I would be an SIC on the airplanes, with no prior jet experience. I am just looking to see what the average is for the first couple of years. Thanks!

Co Pilot Jet II

50th percentile 65K
75th percentile 80K
90th percentile 100.7K
MAX 120K

Red Forman
04-10-2018, 02:04 AM
Wow.. We hired a sub 500 XLS and CJ guy. He cant be making more than 40k

Thatís insultingly low.

Liberty Pilot
04-10-2018, 03:42 PM
Thatís insultingly low.

Yeah thatís what Iím gathering. I have 3 times the time as him am in the CJ and King Air making 35k.

dbflyer
04-10-2018, 04:36 PM
Yeah thatís what Iím gathering. I have 3 times the time as him am in the CJ and King Air making 35k.

If you can leave, you should do so quickly. In this market, at some point if you stay at a substandard job, the people at good jobs assume you must have some skeletons in the closet and won't be interested in hiring you.

Liberty Pilot
04-10-2018, 05:26 PM
If you can leave, you should do so quickly. In this market, at some point if you stay at a substandard job, the people at good jobs assume you must have some skeletons in the closet and won't be interested in hiring you.

Yeah Iíve been passively looking around the Harrisburg,Reading, Philly area maybe I will more seriously once my daughter is born in early summer.

SoFloFlyer
04-19-2018, 10:07 PM
Any hope for someone who will be getting an AMEL in the fall? Iíd love to fly something that burns Jet-A (I mean, who wouldnít). Iíd also have sub 500TT.