My appologies. I should have prefaced these numbers with fact they were taken out of the ProPilot reprint in the June issue. They say they are average. We all know there are pilots working for less as well as pilots working for more.
You know darn well Southern California pays better then Southern Florida. That is because of the low ball operators and the low ball pilots willing to do the work.
English, your cat looks real happy. I'm gonna report you to SPCA
Newest NBAA survey for Captain, Base Salary (before bennies), Light Jet (under 20,000lbs).
These numbers are national average.
FWIW-18 months ago I was offered a CJ2 job in SoCal for $75K + type rating. I had <20hrs. in Citations. The pilot I was replacing had several thousand hours in CJ's and was making $120K. If you're experienced, charge accordingly.
All you smart guys out there. Can anyone throw some Citation V numbers at me for the righ seat in states other then FL or SOCAL.
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