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Old 08-14-2008, 03:48 PM
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King Air 200 PIC position..

2200 tt min ATP or commercial Multi instrument
ATP written Prefered
Some turbine time preferred
Must have 1st class medical
Part 91 and some 135
training and ATP rating will be paid for
40k first year with full benifits

Dallas/Fort Worth TX

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817-781-7692
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Is the total time requirement negotiable with more than "some" turbine experience and a modicum of BE20 time?
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Old 08-14-2008, 08:32 PM
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2000 hrs min... its proably negotable..i will have to contact insurance to make sure
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Old 08-14-2008, 08:36 PM
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2000 TT and $40K per/yr is a JOKE. Save it for the EX MESA pilots, you paid over $90K and worked for years to get where you are!
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Branded...lets do some math.....simple grade school math....assume you are a new captain at a regional airline.. 60K annual is a good rough estimate of what you would make in that situation...now lets take your annual salay of 60k and divide it by the total hours your going to make in that year......lets say your going to work 800 hours a year at that airline..so essentially $75.per hour for that amount of work.now lets take the common fact that the corprate pilot will work 350 hours a year (which is what we are prospected to fly this year) and make 40k during that year....that comes to $114.00 per hour...if you can do basic math you will easily see that i am offering far better than the airline hourly pay...now lets add in expenses on the road...which are ALL paid for, healthcare benifits (which might i add are far better than ANY airline), yearly bounus, and paid vacation...in addition the option to have profit sharing options at years end....i would appriciate it if you knew the FACTS before you made negitive comments..lets keep this professional and not regress to the childhood pre k state that you made your comments in...thanks in advance

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All I have to say is that Baker Aviation and the Baker family treats their employees far better than Jonathan Ornstein ever would.
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$40K doesn't pay the bills, I want the young ones to realize that. Unless you like living at home with the parents, or are independently wealthy. CBP for example pays $60K a year for a King Air pilot. I don't have a single thing against your operation, but the pay is not reasonable for a professional aviator.

Split your hourly wage any way you care, but these guys invested over $50K for the ratings. Starting pay for almost any college graduate far surpasses that.

Now on the issue of the underpaid majors/regionals - that doesn't make it right either.

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Originally Posted by Sbaker1595 View Post
King Air 200 PIC position..

2200 tt min ATP or commercial Multi instrument
ATP written Prefered
Some turbine time preferred
Must have 1st class medical
Part 91 and some 135
training and ATP rating will be paid for
40k first year with full benifits

Dallas/Fort Worth TX

Call
Stan Baker
Baker Aviation
817-781-7692
No offense, but you're preaching to the wrong crowd here. You may want consider posting this on bizavcentral where people may actually pay attention. Good luck on finding a worthy candidate.
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Old 08-15-2008, 03:18 PM
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Disregard......................................... ..........................
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Old 08-15-2008, 04:55 PM
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Originally Posted by BrandedPilot View Post
$40K doesn't pay the bills, I want the young ones to realize that. Unless you like living at home with the parents, or are independently wealthy. CBP for example pays $60K a year for a King Air pilot. I don't have a single thing against your operation, but the pay is not reasonable for a professional aviator.

Split your hourly wage any way you care, but these guys invested over $50K for the ratings. Starting pay for almost any college graduate far surpasses that.

Now on the issue of the underpaid majors/regionals - that doesn't make it right either.
This coming from an Embraer pilot on reserve?

Gotta love the internet!- nobody works for less that 250K, even in a POS EMB145.

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