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DontLookDown 11-07-2021 01:33 PM

Do you get a free Netflix subscription?

That should offset some of the high cost of living

FRAC 11-08-2021 10:38 PM


Originally Posted by DontLookDown (Post 3319891)
Do you get a free Netflix subscription?

That should offset some of the high cost of living

Free subscription but with ads.

chirrut 11-09-2021 10:37 AM


Originally Posted by DontLookDown (Post 3319891)
Do you get a free Netflix subscription?

That should offset some of the high cost of living

Nope. But as an employee, you get to see all the new content 2 weeks prior to public release. For the rest of the job perks, see post #5 of this thread (and any of my previous posts).

DontLookDown 11-10-2021 07:22 PM


Originally Posted by FRAC (Post 3320428)
Free subscription but with ads.

Ads? I just threw up in my mouth a little bitÖ

SFGiant 12-08-2021 07:16 PM


Originally Posted by FRAC (Post 3320428)
Free subscription but with ads.

A person who doesnt know what they are speaking about. No free subscription because Netflix pays you more than enough money to afford the $10 dollars a month. For those interested it is an amazing place to work and the King Air team is a great group of individuals. And no, the Gulfstream Pilots arenít all mainline retirees!

FRAC 12-12-2021 08:36 AM


Originally Posted by SFGiant (Post 3333147)
A person who doesnt know what they are speaking about. No free subscription because Netflix pays you more than enough money to afford the $10 dollars a month. For those interested it is an amazing place to work and the King Air team is a great group of individuals. And no, the Gulfstream Pilots arenít all mainline retirees!

Itís called sarcasm! Donít get your panties in a wad.

OEIrpo 02-25-2022 07:50 PM


Originally Posted by chirrut (Post 3318940)
And for what it's worth, pay has gone up (significantly) since the initial start of this thread. Everyone is now compensated according to their experience and how they contribute to the department. (as well cost of living) I would consider this a unicorn 91 gig.

I saw that they recently posted a job opening for the King Air. What is the pay like now?

chirrut 03-07-2022 10:16 AM


Originally Posted by OEIrpo (Post 3379298)
I saw that they recently posted a job opening for the King Air. What is the pay like now?

Still based on experience and if you contribute extra duties (i.e. safety committee, side projects, etc) to the department (not required). Expect $160-195k.

OzMoto 03-07-2022 11:45 AM


Originally Posted by chirrut (Post 3384661)
Still based on experience and if you contribute extra duties (i.e. safety committee, side projects, etc) to the department (not required). Expect $160-195k.

what if you have the bare minimum experience and come in not typed and no ATP, what would the salary range be? Also, do pilots have the ability to switch bases?

chirrut 03-08-2022 10:46 AM


Originally Posted by OzMoto (Post 3384700)
what if you have the bare minimum experience and come in not typed and no ATP, what would the salary range be? Also, do pilots have the ability to switch bases?

If you came in at bare minimums (ATP or just under, which has happened), you would start as SIC/First Officer. I believe pay is around 100k. Once you've gained enough experience, you'd be promoted to PIC/Captain. A lesser experience PIC would likely be in the 160-170k ballpark. At the end of the day, salary is negotiable.

Yes you can switch bases, but only when there is an opening.


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