AMT Years to Top Step of Scale for Carriers in the Industry

AMFA and Alaska Airlines met to discuss the annual pay scale wage review on October 3, 2022 outlined in Article 23, Wage Rules for wage increase.

The AMFA-Alaska AMTs and Related new increase all-in rate — which includes base pay, license premiums, line premium, and longevity at the top of each of scale — was set to $57.44. This equates to eleven and a half percent (11.5%) increase for each step in the Alaska wage scale.

The all-in rates comparison, which include base pay, license premiums, line premium, and longevity at the top of each of those scales are displayed in the industry wage chart below:

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