Salaries for Singapore Airlines Pilots
Sunday, July 10, 2011
When you first begin flying for an airline as a new first officer, your salary may not be amazing. However, as you become more experienced -- and become a captain -- your salary will often become quite big.
One example is Singapore Air captains flying twin-aisle Boeing 777 or Airbus A330's: They begin at S$9,870 (USD $6,870) per month. Pilots can often also earn more: a productivity allowance of as much as S$3,800 is available for pilots flying 70 hours a month.
In the U.S., senior (experienced) captains, who fly the larger planes at major airlines, typically make more than USD $15,500 per month or $186,000 per year, according to FltOps.com.
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