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BE300/350 Salary ?

VA AV8R

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Does anyone have current data for single pilot operations, Part 91 but managed by a Part 135 entity? Assume 300 hours - all single pilot with health insurance. Midwest based aircraft. I'd have to requal in the aircraft which will likely be taken into account if an offer is made. Thanks.
 

TMMT

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I'd venture a guess of around $75,000 to $80,000 a year
 

jdubya

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I would agree with that.

Don't let them beat you up on getting current.
 

guido411

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Quick glance at ProPilot survey shows $70,000 avg for 91, $61,000 for 135.

NBAA is a little more optimistic (as it usually is) but in the Midwest I wouldn't bank on getting the high average.

Good luck.
 
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kingairyahoo

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You can ignore that 61 number, that's just crazy. I wouldnt even talk to them for less than 75...and don't let recurrent be a factor, that's not a perk, its a REQUIREMENT!
 
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VA AV8R

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You know I hear what everyone is saying BUT there are a lot of light jet PIC jobs out there paying 55-60 (I was offered one of them) so despite surveys, which I looked at, I wanted to get a feel for reality - which I think you have all helped me do.
 
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