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How much money does a Rookie and Veteran Airline Pilot get paid a year and or every paycheck?

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2005-09-06 00:54:17
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That depends entirely upon the airline you work for. The airline I'm familiar with starts junior pilots out at a minimum of $2700 per month and senior pilots can make in the neighborhood of $15,000 per month based on 90 hours of flying. Until the recent economic crunch in the airline industry, senior pilots at some major airlines were making in excess of $300 per hour.

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