A day in the life of a corporate pilot: Jerry White “Many people see one side of the airline industry from a pilot’s point of view. But what about from the corporate side of things (the best-kept secret in aviation). Here is a typical one leg trip and day for our flight department.”
What does a Corporate Pilot do?
Typically a corporate pilot will work for a large multinational company that owns jets and flies it’s executives to meetings or visits, they may also work for a private service that rents out planes when companies need them.
How do you become a Corporate pilot?
To become a corporate pilot you must obtain your pilot’s license, Learn have put together a Salary and Career factsheet that will give you some initial guidance. Take a look here to see the full article.
How much do you earn as a Corporate Pilot?
If you liked a day in the life of a corporate pilot then you may like the sound of the salary as well. A corporate pilot can earn anywhere from £8,100 to £92,000 depending on your experience according to Indeed. The average salary for a pilot will be around £40,000 a year.
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