I don't know, but they would have to pay me at least 100k if it included managing all aspects of the department. Maybe 80k if I was simply a line pilot. I was making about 70k as a f/o on the CE-550 about 6 years ago (Pt91). What a depressing state this industry is in.Anybody know how much a single pilot Bravo PIC should make in the Southeast in this depressing day and age?
I am single pilot rated in the 550 SII and $85-110K is right on depending on locale and duties such as management or just flying. Just remember most guys who fly operators who fly single pilot are cheap F!!ks and most are pieces of crap. There are a couple in the midwest area who are impossible to work for rich guys with know it all attitudes because they have 150 tt. One in particular is in Dayton Ohio. If you should ever see his ad- run like hell or take him for everything. He is a scumbag person period.Anybody know how much a single pilot Bravo PIC should make in the Southeast in this depressing day and age?
That figure is not the Jet II Chief Pilot "average base salary" from 2008 (page 48)...its the Jet II Chief Pilot "salary range maximum" from 2007 (page 54).solpilot said:NBAA 2008
Jet II (MTOW 10,000-20,000)
Chief Pilot Average