B737 Captains will be transitioned to the B757
Minimum requirements are as follows:
Base: Hangzhou, China
Term: 3 years, renewable
Schedule: This is a resident contract based on approx. 50 hours per month, and 20 days of paid leave per year
Total Compensation: Approximately $19,000 per month (including allowances and subsidies)
Base Salary: RMB21,000 per month
Flight Hour Subsidy (3 man crew): 9am-9pm, RMB700/hour
(2 man crew): 9am-9pm, RMB780/hour
Safety Award: RMB360/hour
Duty Award: RMB35/hour
ICAO4 Award: RMB50/hour
Full Attendance Bonus: RMB5,000/month
Instructor Bonus: RMB4,000/month
Management Role: RMB15,000/month
For CAAC license transferees: 70% of Base salary will be provided from date of agreement signing, to receiving security pass.
For ICAO license holders: 30% of base salary from agreement signing until receiving security pass. 70% from receiving security pass until flight operation start.
Cell phone plan provided
NOTE: The amounts above are paid locally in RMB, and are subject to withholding tax (approximately 34%). The USD payments below will be made from WASINC directly to the bank of your choice, no withholding tax on these amounts.
For B737 to B757 transitions:
After receiving the B757 endorsement, you will receive the following additional subsidies:
Overtime will be paid according to the company’s policies.
Optional global medical/dental health plan (for pilot and family) available at www.pilotifs.com.
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.
The job opportunities posted by WASINC International are solely governed by the statutes, regulations, policies and laws of the local jurisdiction and country in which the job is located. The sole labor protections and entitlements afforded to an applicant will be those that are available in the jurisdiction in which the job is located. Any laws which may exist in an applicant's home country or any other country shall not be applicable. WASINC International has no control over the requirements established by each airline nor control of the ultimate hiring decision which are dictated by the airline and the laws of the jurisdiction where the airline conducts its business. In making an application to WASINC International, you agree to waive any claim against WASINC International related to such job requirements or the hiring process.