- All pilots are home based (US) and are DH to work from an approved home airport. Schedules are 17 or 18 days on (30 or 31 day month) and 13 days off per month. Crew members DH to/from work on their available days not on days off. Pilots bid schedules in 3 month periods. Days off are bid as no flying is published in advance due to the business model. Because of this the flying on the available days is very fluid. Pay is bi-monthly. After one year of service 14 Paid Time Off days (sick days) are allotted annually as are 14 vacation days. Classes of 12-14 pilots are planned monthly for the foreseeable future.
- National Airlines added 4 B747-400 aircraft to the fleet last year and plans to add additional 747s in 2022. The airline also plans to add 2 A330 in the first half of the year. National Airlines was nominated for 3 “Heroes of the Pandemic” Awards for 2021 for our efforts in transporting needed supplies around the globe.
- Is there anything else that you'd like to add regarding this airline that we didn't ask for? Medical insurance and other benefits are offered for the employee and family after 1 month of employment.
- This page was last updated: April 7, 2022 (Hiring)
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We are now interviewing for Direct Entry Captains on the B747. The minimum requirements for this position is as follows:
7000 total time
2000 hours PIC
1000 Part 121 time
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National Airlines PAYSCALES
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- Monthly Pay Guarantee for Line Holders: 65 Hour Monthly Guarantee
- Monthly Pay Guarantee for Reserves: No reserve lines are built.
- Scheduled pay raises: Annually on the employee’s date of hire.
- Trip rig is 3 hours pay for a 24 hour period with no duty assigned. Trip rig starts 24 hours after a duty period ends. Deadhead pay is 50% of the hourly wage. Day off pay is paid at normal hourly rate unless otherwise communicated by management. It is frequently paid at 150% and recently at 200%.
Domestic Per Diem (Hourly): $50 per day ($2.08 per hour)
International Per Diem (Hourly): $75 per day ($3.12 per hour)
100% for the first 3% and 50% for the next 2%
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