Central Airlines, based in Shenzhen China, is a B777 Cargo operator.
CAAC license holders preferred, but will accept non-CAAC license holders who have heavy Boeing jet experience.
800 hours PIC time on (heavy) Boeing aircraft
• 5000 hours Total Time
• Current on Boeing aircraft within 12 months
• Maximum age: less than 55 years of age
• Valid/current ATPL , Valid/current Class A (First Class) Medical
• Valid passport issued by a country that has diplomatic relations with the People’s Republic of China
• No history of incidents or accidents. Must provide a letter from your current/previous employer.
• ICAO Level 4 (or equivalent) English proficiency
• No criminal history.
• Candidates who have valid proficiency checks in the past 6 months or have 3 takeoff and landing records in the past 90 days will be given priority.
Accepted aircraft types: B757, B767, B777, B787.
3 or 5 year contract for type-rated B777 Captain
5 years for non-type rated Captains during their first contract
Based on 50 hours per month, and 600 hours per year
Scheduling option A: 50 days paid annual leave (up to 30 days consecutive, 20 days per calendar month)
Scheduling option B: 5 days consecutive per month, can connect end-to-end for 10 days consecutive.
Approximate monthly compensation: First year: 15,884/mo. 2nd to 3rd year: $16,579. 4th to 5th year: $17,274. Year 6+: $17,274.
Flight hours 601-720...$88 per hour
Flight hours 721+....$133 per hour
Sick leave: 8 days per year
Above amounts are before tax.
Note about Compensation and Taxation:The compensation amounts listed above have been provided by the airline. The airline will withhold tax (approsimately 15%) 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.