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Title: Corporate Boeing 727 (Super 27) Flight Crewmembers
Company: MHP AviationProduct/Service: Location: SwitzerlandRequired Travel: NoneJob Type: Full-timeEmployment Type: Permanent
Description: Corporate Middle East Registered B727 operator (Super 27) is seeking qualified pilots and engineers for full-time positions. Aircraft will be based in Zurich, Switzerland.
Requirements: Captain must have 5000TT ICAO ATPL with 727 flight time and a 727 endorsement highly desireable. F/O must have 3000TT and 500 turbine. Flight Engineer must have 2000TT as an F/E and a maintenance endorsement highly desirable.
Company Benefits: Capt. pay is £70000 per annum First Officers/Flight Engineer pay is £50000 per annum
Contact Information: Mr Andrew Little [email protected]MHP Aviation CH
Preferred Response Method:Please send CV's no later than 1-11 To Mr Andrew Little at [email protected] only short listed candidates will be contacted. Please no phone calls
That's the symbol for the Pound

At today's conversion, the salaries would be:

US$125,000.00 and $89,000.00 respectively.

Switzerland's not cheap. I know a number of people living there for work, at Proctor & Gamble, etc, who receive significant in-country premiums to be able to support lifestyles equivalent to what their US salaries would allow.
landlover said:
is that the symbol for the british pound or a Euro?
If you're referring to these, £70000, and £50000, they're British Pounds.

Euros are these: €

Switzerland uses the Swiss Franc (CHF).

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