- Established in 1970
- Airline Headquarters: Provo, UT
- Contracts with United States Postal Service and United Parcel Service
- Participant in UPS SFAC Pilot Mentorship Program
- Typical day is 3-4 hours of flying Monday-Friday
- UPS routes operate during the day with a layover in outstations
- USPS routes operate at night
- Last updated:March 23, 2018 (Pay Scales)
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BE99 Capt.: 1100 total with multi, instrument, commercial
B1900 Capt.: 1200 total 100 multi
BE99 FO: 900 Total with multi engine rating
Alpine will pay you to fly as an FO to log hours toward meeting FAR 135 PIC hours so you can fly for Alpine as a Captain
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Captains on Beech 99 can expect to earn $60k/year, 1900 captains $70k/year
Quarterly retention bonuses to be paid out to all pilots totaling $7,000 for 2016
Above pay scale is based on flying 10 round trips per pay period.
Flying more trips per pay period will increase pay above this posted scale.
In addition to regular pay Alpine pays performance and retention bonuses that vary from year to year but are paid out consistently.
Dual qualified pilots receive 1900 pay whether flying the 99 or 1900.
Per diem is paid if away from domicile for 8 or more hours in a day.
Paid time off begins to accumulate on day one at the rate of 3.96 hours per pay period or 96 hours per year.
Each subsequent year accumulates the same amount as the previous year plus 8 hours.
Unused PTO carries over and is added to the next years PTO.
Each pilot gets one additional week of PTO per year that is available on day one. This is separate from accumulated PTO and cannot be cashed out or carried over.
Most Junior Captain hired: 2016 (BIL)
100% match up to 4% pilot contribution
401K Matching: Yes