That's only slightly above NBAA average for the G100 (A LOT smaller than a Challenger but much sexier ).Stryker said:There was a G200 job in vegas that was paying 80,000 for the FO and 100,000 for the line captain and 105,000 for the lead captain to start. Same size airplane
I would be ashamed of myself (and you should be too) if I seriously entertained the idea of flying a 601 for 45K. When I first posted this thread I was guessing the payscale would be around 80K which was confirmed by everyone here. Do yourself and everyone in the industry a favor and turn that job DOWN.Is it out of S. FL, I'm looking at a 601 job part 61, with no type, and there looking to pay $45-50K a year.