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CBAA Salaries

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2017 CBAA Salaries

Attached below as PDF. Moved from a separate thread and uploaded to AvCanada so that you aren't required to use Google to access.

Enjoy,

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Glad to know I'm still above the 503 scale.
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Jet Jockey wrote:
Sun Apr 22, 2018 1:13 pm
Glad to know I'm still above the 503 scale.
That must be a great feeling lol. I'll try and post up the management roles as well. They're a little higher - you can see how you compare!

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How does this compare to experience? How would someone know based on hours or years flying that equipment where they should be?
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LegoMan wrote:
Tue Apr 24, 2018 6:12 am
How does this compare to experience? How would someone know based on hours or years flying that equipment where they should be?
The idea is if you get a job offer (job offer determines you have the experience to hold said position), you should be above P50 in salary. If you aren't, you now know and can negotiate appropriately.

If the offer is in the upper echelons (P90+ region) you can feel good about yourself, like Jet.

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There's also guilt. I feel guilt. :rolleyes:
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CL-Skadoo! wrote:
Tue Apr 24, 2018 12:36 pm
There's also guilt. I feel guilt. :rolleyes:
LOL... Don't feel guilty!

If you, like I, have flown the small twin piston aircrafts before graduating to a turboprop in all kinds of conditions for shitty pay and conditions then finally making it to the airlines then by choice back to the top of the corporate world flying a fantastic aircraft, a large long range business jet for great pay and conditions with great per diems, expense account and the cherry on the cake, flying a quarter of the time per year (approximately 250 hours/year versus 1000 to 1200 hours/year) when you started in this business, then you should be happy and not feel guilty because you probably worked your ass off to get there.
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Jet Jockey wrote:
Tue Apr 24, 2018 2:33 pm
CL-Skadoo! wrote:
Tue Apr 24, 2018 12:36 pm
There's also guilt. I feel guilt. :rolleyes:
LOL... Don't feel guilty!

If you, like I, have flown the small twin piston aircrafts before graduating to a turboprop in all kinds of conditions for shitty pay and conditions then finally making it to the airlines then by choice back to the top of the corporate world flying a fantastic aircraft, a large long range business jet for great pay and conditions with great per diems, expense account and the cherry on the cake, flying a quarter of the time per year (approximately 250 hours/year versus 1000 to 1200 hours/year) when you started in this business, then you should be happy and not feel guilty because you probably worked your ass off to get there.
Amen brother.

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Is there a 2020 or 2019 update to this? Does anyone have a copy, please?

[Or, should I just take the '17 numbers and add, say, 2%/yr?]

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I think everything has gone out the window now. It's tough to read the market, as lots of airline guys are trying to return back to corporate.

The previous salaries posted aren't too far off and are higher in most respects from the rates from last year. Some say it was due to operators falsely reporting current salaries to suppress wages.

Who knows.
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Pardon my comprehension but what is the P25, P50 etc figures?
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flying4dollars wrote:
Tue Jun 23, 2020 10:05 am
Pardon my comprehension but what is the P25, P50 etc figures?
75% of the pilots in that category make more than the P25 number
50% of the pilots in the category make more than the P50 number etc
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digits_ wrote:
Tue Jun 23, 2020 11:22 am
flying4dollars wrote:
Tue Jun 23, 2020 10:05 am
Pardon my comprehension but what is the P25, P50 etc figures?
75% of the pilots in that category make more than the P25 number
50% of the pilots in the category make more than the P50 number etc
Thanks for that!
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New CBAA Salary Survey Questionnaire released in full:

1) Are you a pilot in Canada? (Y/N)
2) Are you currently earning a salary? (Y/N)
Thank you for your participation.
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haha yep
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