How much does a pilot make?

Other answer:

marlo:
What kind of pilot? There are many different types that make a living through flying. What type of airplane do they fly? Are they captain or copilot? How many years have they been employed with their present employer? Does the company have a union contract?

All these things and more determine salaries. A new-hire first officer at a regional airline gets paid less than $25,000 per year. Roughly 3% of senior captains at major airlines earn more than $200,000 per year. according to the U.s. Bureau of Labor Statistics, at the major airlines, the median salary between minimum and maximum is about $78,000 per year, meaning half of the pilots earn more, and half earn less than that amount. Starting from scratch in flight school, to reach that median level can take 10 years. If you want to earn the median pilot salary right out of college, then go into law, medicine or advanced engineering.

Scott:
Regional pilots barely make any money, normal pilots make around 100k.
Stewart:
Regional pilots barely make any money, normal pilots make around 100k.
James:
Regional pilots barely make any money, normal pilots make around 100k.
Derp:
Regional pilots barely make any money, normal pilots make around 100k.
Eric West:
From flying?

A Private Pilot, nothing at all,.

An Airline Captain, anything from $30,000 to $300,000, depending on what he his flying, where he is flying it, how often he is flying it, the tax regime where he is based and the currency he is being paid in.

Quinn:
Anywhere between less than $1,000 monthly to over $250,000 yearly –
These numbers are in US dollars –
more:
Anywhere between less than $1,000 monthly to over $250,000 yearly –
These numbers are in US dollars –
Skipper747:
Anywhere between less than $1,000 monthly to over $250,000 yearly –
These numbers are in US dollars –
Steve Bowlin:
It is $4,832. – $6,928 per month