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B727DRVR
10-08-2019, 07:18 PM
Hey all,

Are there any Part 135 operators out there that operate the G-IV SP or DA-2000 on a Home-based 8/6 or 15/13 schedule? (Not the higher paying Part 91 corporate jobs with no schedule) We are considering picking up a few of the above and were wondering about pay scales... So if anyone has a pay and benefits package for the above aircraft, we would appreciate it. We see that Mountain Aviation is paying $125K PIC/$105 SIC for a 15/13 Home based schedule + $5000 extra to live in Denver..

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks!


OnTheRun
10-10-2019, 04:53 AM
I would say for those aircraft that pay is about right with a schedule. Here in California I only know one company that operates those aircraft and has a schedule about the same and the PIC starts at $135K and SIC about $95K. I flew the G-IV for a part 135 company with no schedule and made much more but for obvious reasons. NO SCHEDULE!

Purpleanga
10-10-2019, 06:32 AM
Lowest Iíve heard was 80k for non typed SICs. If they have a type then around 100k to start depending on area of living. Unrestricted insurance PICs seem to be around 130k and up. Domestic perdiem 50 a day, international 100 to 150 a day. Only other benefits really is free health insurance and 401k match. 8/6 or 15/13.