Minimum requirements are as follows:
Tianjin Airlines offers a variety of Pay and vacation packages. Please see the table below for details.
Local options: 1) 90 days of paid leave, 2) 110 days of paid leave, 3) 120 days of paid leave, or 4) 130 days of paid leave
Commuting Options: 1) four weeks on, four weeks off, 2) two weeks on, two weeks off, 3) three weeks on, three weeks off, 4) six weeks on, and 3weeks off.
NOTE: A maximum of 14 days paid leave will be allowed per calendar month. Commuting schedule starts AFTER ground school.
Annual Leave can be sold back to the company based on operational need for $850/day
Training Pay: Part 1: Ground School and Flight Training: From the report date until the date of being assigned to fly, $9,000 per month (maximum 52 working days).
Part 2: Observation, Monitoring and Evaluation: 80% of salary until fully qualified. (maximum 73 days, not including days off)
Part 3: New Captain Observation, Mentoring and Evaluation: 90% of salary until fully qualified (49 days maximum, not including off days). Successful completion of training comes when pilot is officially notified that he is a “Fully Qualified Captain.”
Accommodations will be provided for the first 30 days of training. If a base outside of Tianjin is selected, hotel will be provided in Tianjin for 60 days, and then 30 additional days in the actual base.
5 days of sick leave
A330 pay: $14,500 to $22,000 per month depending on scheduling choice
Note about Compensation and Taxation:
The compensation amounts listed above have been provided by the airline. The airline may pay some or all of the taxes owed in China on the different compensation amounts and provide a tax receipt to the pilot. All tax matters are handled by the airline including payment of tax and provision of a tax receipt. WASINC does not pay taxes on behalf of either the pilot or airline, nor does it provide tax receipts. As taxes in China vary by jurisdiction and the type of payment received, we highly recommend that all candidates confirm directly with the airline as to how much tax is paid in China in order to obtain a full understanding of the compensation associated with the job listing. Pilots are ultimately responsible for any tax owed in their home country which may or may not be affected by tax paid by the airline.
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