Airlines and corporate flight attendants

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cabin Crew


Competitive cabin crew member's rates are the key for our success.

Our flight attendants comes from different backgrounds and experience levels, they undertake a huge range of projects and, therefore, they charge different daily rates, depending on the aircraft type, route complexity, flight hazards and other factors. The good news are - once the rate is agreed prior, it will remain the same until the end of your project.

The daily cabin crew rates could be classified into the following four categories:

  1. $400 - $450 medium turboprops, light jets, mid-size and other types while on domestic flights.

  2. $500 - $700 medium turboprops, light jets, mid-size and other types while on domestic or international flights.

All aircrafts are different, especially business jets. There are basic types of them:

  1. Light Jets - Citation Ultra/Encore/Bravo, Citation CJ3, Citation V, Learjet 45, Phenom 300.

  2. Mid-Size Jets - Cessna Citation Excel, Cessna Citation XLS, Gulfstream 100, Learjet 60, Hawker 850XP/900XP.

  3. Super Mids - Challenger 300, Citation X, Citation Sovereign, Gulfstream 200, Hawker 1000, Falcon 50EX.

  4. Heavy Jets - Bombardier Challenger 604, Global Express, Embraer Legacy, Gulfstream III, IV-SP/400/450, V/550, Dassault Falcon 2000/2000X/900.

  5. Airliners - Boeing 737-400/800, Boeing 767/200/300ER, Boeing 777, BBJ 747-8, BBJ 787, Saab 340B/2000, EMB 145, CRJ 200.

While en route, FA's hotel accommodation and food allowance is billed to the client. Hotels: 4 - star level, $50-100 per day, depending on location. Food allowance: $50 per day for domestic and $75 per day for international operations. All standards are industry-typical. However, the aforementioned standards are negotiable, subject to pilot's approval on case by case basis.

Minimum domestic  rates: US $400 for domestic flights and for international flights US $500 - $700 per day, especially if FA speaks foreign languages exept English. Extremely important in profession of flight attendant is understanding in emergency situation. Safety is our first priority. and we strongly beleive in important role of flight attendant's role aboard of aircraft, both - business jets or commercial aircraft.

Please remember that cabin crew rates are negotiable and will be set based on case by case basis.

Please submit a ferry quote form for a quick cost estimate of your ferry project.

Aircrew ID

The Aircrew Identification Card is issued by the International Business Aviation Council (IBAC) to aircrew of business aircraft operators who are members of the NBAA. Employees of In-Flight Crew Connections are eligible for a company issued badge. Badges are not a requirement, but are strongly recommended for international travel.

Follow the instructions below to receive your IBAC Card:

  1. Download the attached Document labeled IBAC Aircrew Card Application
  2. Complete the Attached Application.
  3. Mail the Signed Application, Payment Information and Photo to our office, once received, we will complete and mail it to IBAC on your behalf.

The price of the Aircrew Identification Card will be US $80 as of 1 January 2016. If an out-of-date IBAC Aircrew ID Card Application is submitted, the $80 price will be maintained. Please download the form below to stay completely up-to-date!

Optionally, as if you decide to do so, you can send this application directly to IBAC.

Mail to:


IBAC Aircrew Cards
Suite 16.33
999
Robert-Bourassa Boulevard
Montreal, Quebec
H3C 5J9 Canada Tel: (514) 954 8054 Fax: (514) 954 6161 E-mail:

as it advised on application at the top of 1st  page.


Aircrew ID IBAC 

Please see more information about Aircrew ID here:

Please contact us in advance for your upcoming project.

Please use emails listed on page Contacts.


Flight Operations Department

AIC JETS Corporation