Luck Air

Yunnan Lucky Air Corporation (Lucky Air) which is confounded by HNA Group as well as Yunnan Provincial State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC) is one of the subsidiaries of HNA Group.

The first flight of Lucky Air took off on February 26th, 2006.

Lucky Air owns a fleet of 39 airplanes.






In   service












Option 1

Option 2

Option 3

Option 4

Work Patterns

46 Days Annual   Leave

10 Days Sick   Leave

6 weeks on

2 weeks off

4 weeks on

2 weeks off


182 Days off for one year

Yearly Income

312,000   USD

290,400   USD

272,400   USD

187,200   USD

Monthly Basic   Salary

19,800 USD

18,500 USD

17,500 USD

12,500 USD


Year End



48 months-5,000 USD; 60 months-10,000   USD; 72 months-15,000 USD; 84 months-15,000 USD; 96 months-20,000 USD; 108   months-25,000 USD; after that, every 12 months for 25,000 USD


According to company policys; Oil   Saving Bonus; Birthday Bonus…



24,000 USD

18,000 USD

12,000 USD



5,400 USD

4,200 USD


6,000 USD


1,8000 USD

Family Fund

24,000   USD

18,000   USD

12,000 USD


Overtime Pay





Ticket   Benefits

4 domestic tickets& 60   80%-off tickets per year to the pilot & immediate family members   within HNA Group Airlines;

1 extra int'l ticket since the 3rd year;

2 extra int'l ticket since the 7th year.

Training Pay

60% during Ground school   & 80% during Line Training;

For CAAC license holder,80% during Ground school   & Line Training.


1.Instructor Allowance: pilots who have been working in LKE   for over a year can apply for promotion to INTRUCTOR. LKE provides an   allowance of $18,000 per year to the pilot once completing relevant train and   3 month probation.

2.Tickets: round trip

3.Overtime Pay: option 1-3 are paid by month, Option   4 is paid by year.

4.Holder of CAAC License: ONLY refers to those who have been   working China before and the CAAC License is still valid.


1.  3000+ hours total time, 800+ hours PIC type-rated on A320/A330 type

2.  Current flight within recent 6 calendar months 

3.  Captain:No older than 52

4.  ICAO English level 4 

5.  Valid Medical Certificate with Class 1 

6.  Recommendation letter

Screening Items

Theirs 2 part of the entire screening.

Part 1 (First Trip to China) – Medical check, interview, ATPL written exam, Company SIM Check

Part 2 (Second Trip to China) – CAAC SIM Check


Screening Preparation

1 Visa, Tickets, Hotel

Our recruitment team will assist you with your visa application, tickets and hotel reservations after you pass qualification check. Tickets and hotel fees are cover by the airlines. Usually you need to first purchase a ticket and refund it from the airline after screening.

2 Simulator Assessment

When you pass qualification check, we’ll send you the SIM checklist and relevant profiles.

3 Medical check


Before you come to China, please keep a light diet and better to have some simple check for your organ. Medical tips will be sent to you together with SIM profiles.

FYI. The medical problems that most fail pilots in China are as below.

a. Kidney stone

b. High blood pressure

c. Arrhythmia of the heart

d. Fatty liver GPT ALT high

e. Glaucoma

f. Color blindness - cannot see the figures on the book under a fluorescent lamp

g. Obesity


ATPL Written Exam

During the qualification check, you can start using ATPL self-study materials which we provided. This exam is not that tough as long as you work hard on it

Kunming Introduction

As one of China’s most diversified provinces, Yunnan is certainly one of China’s most alluring destinations.  Yunnan is home to more than one third of China’s ethnic minorities and over half of the country’s plant and animal species.  The province is blessed by its mixture of traditional folk cultures as well as breath-taking scenery.  Kunming, Yunnan’s capital, resides at an elevation of 1890m and boasts a milder climate than most other Chinese cities.  Celebrated as the "Spring City," Kunming has neither severe winters nor extremely hot summers and can be visited at any time of the year.

Kunming Changshui International Airport is the primary airport serving Kunming, the capital of Yunnan Province, China. The airport is located 15.2 mi northeast of the city center in a graded mountainous area about 6,900 ft above sea level. The airport opened at 08:00 (UTC+8) on June 28, 2012, replacing the old Kunming Wujiaba International Airport. As a gateway to Southeast and South Asia.

The new airport has two runways (versus the single runway at Wujiaba), and handled 41,980,339 passengers in 2016, making it one of the 50 busiest airports in the world by passenger traffic, the first time it earned this distinction.

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