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KAF1
09-04-2018, 04:22 PM
Would someone with access to the survey be willing to post numbers for Citation Sovereign/Excel dual type. Captain. Part 91. MTOW 30,775.

Thanks in advance.


trescommas
09-05-2018, 07:08 AM
Jet III (20-45k lbs)
Captain

Base comp
Average: 121,323
Median: 117,870
75th: 135,000
90th: 155,000

Total comp
Average: 130,937
Median: 125,000
75th: 145,000
90th: 177,000

They also have Senior Captain numbers, FYI. About 8% higher than these numbers.

Convair5800
09-06-2018, 06:02 AM
Jet III (20-45k lbs)
Captain

Base comp
Average: 121,323
Median: 117,870
75th: 135,000
90th: 155,000

Total comp
Average: 130,937
Median: 125,000
75th: 145,000
90th: 177,000

They also have Senior Captain numbers, FYI. About 8% higher than these numbers.

These seem low! Not very competitive in today’s market. Curious to see what the numbers are in a company based on number of employees, total sales and assets.


Tiffanyc1982
09-22-2018, 08:43 PM
Remember, the figures are purposely low. Why would respondents writing the paychecks want to disseminate a larger number? They wouldn’t, because it costs them money.

The quality of part 135 and corporate pilots has taken a major fall recently because of the salaries at the majors. Strong pilots leaving for greener pastures.

Part 135 and corporate is still extremely underpaid. And until the talent pool dries up or a few more incidences or accidents happen, it doesn’t appear to be a concern yet.

My guess is that you’ll start to see training contracts appear if they haven’t already.



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