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oldcarpilot
06-18-2016, 10:36 AM
Deciding on a big move and trying to weigh all the numbers and benefits. Would someone be willing to share (PM me) what the number was on their W2 for a first or second year guy?
I know all the pay scales and all the soft pay that is there but I am looking for some a hard numbers. I know there are still a few variables +or- but some real numbers would really help out.

Thanks in advance.


Career SIC
06-21-2016, 10:35 PM
Not a new guy but you can count on base salary plus 10% in soft money (OT, holidays, after midnights, etc. Per diem on top of that, though it's really not income. The 10% is a longstanding average across the pilot group. Some may see 5%, some 15%, but 10% is a pretty solid average.

$82-84k gross is probably an accurate estimate if you're willing to work 18 days a month. $70k on the 7/7 but everybody sees the 18 day for at least four months after being hired.

No health insurance premiums, 50% match on the 401k up to $9k of company money.

FLYLOW22
06-26-2016, 03:58 PM
Not a new guy but you can count on base salary plus 10% in soft money (OT, holidays, after midnights, etc. Per diem on top of that, though it's really not income. The 10% is a longstanding average across the pilot group. Some may see 5%, some 15%, but 10% is a pretty solid average.

$82-84k gross is probably an accurate estimate if you're willing to work 18 days a month. $70k on the 7/7 but everybody sees the 18 day for at least four months after being hired.

No health insurance premiums, 50% match on the 401k up to $9k of company money.



Solid assessment.

Work more, paid more.

Work less, paid less.

Engine oil half hull or half empty?

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727C47
06-27-2016, 03:58 AM
I want that decal !!!

Ifly4u2c
06-27-2016, 04:27 AM
It is not half empty, nor half full.... is good enough to fly...