What do the corporate pilots who have been on the purely corporate side of the house for the last say, ten years think regarding downward pressure on compensation? A lot large companies use compenation analysts to determine where various pay scales should be within their company's overall pay structure. These folks certainly are not imune to the draconian reductions in pay within the airline industry and I amwondering if you think this will trickle down to the corporate side of the business. I am assuming that during the years that airline pay escalated out of sight, there was a commensurate increase on the corporate incomes as well. My interest is directed at those pilots flying for well established flight departments with the heavy iron type of equipment. Opinions please!