Maybe for TOS. Companies like to tout that ‘cause they m ow that where all of our eyes go. Real story is in the middle tiers and how long it progression takes.
Lead override is a nice bump. Not sure it’s posted publicly yet. Specialty spot overrides are… fine.
Oh no don’t get me wrong that I’m missing the middle but I have to be honest and notice that Delta (now) is leading the pack there. 10 1/2 years to TOS instead of 12 not ignoring how many years people were stuck on Ready Reserve.
BTW I did some basic math thinking about those old restore and more callers. Not counting medical costs we’ve surpassed restore and more now.
In 2003 at AA we went down to about $19.00 per hour. Now 20 years later we’re reaching $35.00 per hour. That’s around .75 per hour per year. Definitely more than the average 2% raises we were getting. My Pension as I mentioned was a 6.25% multiplier. Now I get 9%. in 401 contributions/match.
So at $35 this is your basics rounded. (Not counting CC stipend) If you go to work every day as scheduled.
So floating in the area of $83,000
A little bit of OT/ Shift Dif and Crew Chief stipend and you should easily be able to tack on another $10,000. Then add (maybe) some Profit Sharing and not too hard to hit $100,000.
That’s not too bad.