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Old 04-09-2006, 05:28 AM   #11  
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I am looking for a 135 operator that pays their pilots fairly well (65K +) and has initial hiring minimums around 1500 hours. The only company that I know of is located near my current residence. They have a fleet of about 20 A/C ranging from King Air 100's to a Challenger 604, with a few Lears and Hawkers in between. A newly promoted Lear captain earn 50K and the payscale caps at around 95K.

So if anyone knows of any operations such as this, I would greatly appreciate the enlightenment.
I think the reason you made some of us lol is because if you can get a
job like that with that low of time, you must have pictures of the
ceo with a goat. Sorry, but the cold hard truth is that unless you are
managing the plane as well as flying it, that kind of pay is almost impossible,
again unless you know someone. Yes, captains make that but it may
take a while to upgrade. I may be able to get you an interview in the near
future w/ the company I work for. FO's start at 30k and I've been there
5 years as a captain and am making $57k. Good luck.
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Old 04-11-2006, 08:57 AM   #12  
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Ha ha, I have now read it all.
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Old 05-31-2006, 11:15 PM   #13  
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I am looking for a 135 operator that pays their pilots fairly well (65K +)
Are you looking for $65K as a starting salary? You can probably work your way up there with most reputable 135 ops, but I doubt any will start you at that salary.
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