A320 Captain for Loong Air

Location
Hangzhou, Zhejiang
Salary
Up to $310,000 per year
Posted
12 Feb 2018
Closes
12 Mar 2018
Ref
LNA-001
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time

Minimum requirements are as follows:

  • 500 hours’ PIC time on A320
  • Total time 3000 hours
  • Valid ATP license with no limitations, valid passport, Class A Medical
  • Maximum age 55.  CAAC license holders will be considered up to age 57.
  • ICAO English level 4 certification
  • Last flight on type within 12 months

Loong Air will offer 4 scheduling options for A320 Captains:

(airline pays your taxes in China):

Option A (Live in China) – 45 days off per year:      $25,833 per month

Option B – Commuting 6 weeks on/2 weeks off (or 92 days of flexible leave):    $23,667/mo

Option C – Commuting 6 weeks on/3 weeks off (or 122 days of flexible leave):    $22,083/mo

Option D – Commuting 4 weeks on/4 weeks off:   $17,666 per month
Includes base salary, allowances and annual bonus

NEW!  Interview Allowance.  Once you are hired, and register at the Loong office for training, Loong Air will pay you $400 for the number of days you were in China for the screening process.  For example, if you spent a total of 10 days in China for screening, you will receive $4000 upon successfully reporting for training and registering at the Loong office.

Note about Compensation and Taxation:
The compensation amounts listed above have been provided by the airline.  The airline has agreed to pay all 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.