Competitive Advantage (Disadvantage) in Total Cockpit Cost 2011
2011
$Millions
AA CO DL NW UA US HP WN B6 FL F9 VX AS HA G4
AA ($326) ($15) ($319) ($627) ($313) ($583) ($794) ($901) ($1,077) ($271) ($56) ($903)
CO $204 $195 $5 ($189) $8 ($161) ($293) ($360) ($470) $34 $169 ($362)
DL $19 ($389) ($380) ($766) ($372) ($711) ($975) ($1,108) ($1,328) ($320) ($51) ($1,111)
NW
UA $208 ($5) $198 ($201) $4 ($172) ($310) ($379) ($494) $31 $171 ($381)
US $353 $169 $344 $173 $177 $25 ($94) ($154) ($253) $200 $321 ($155)
HP
WN $307 ($13) $292 ($6) ($309) ($266) ($473) ($578) ($751) $41 $252 ($580)
B6 $191 $84 $186 $86 ($14) $88 ($69) ($104) ($161) $102 $172 ($105)
FL $203 $120 $199 $121 $43 $123 $54 ($27) ($72) $134 $189 ($28)
F9 $93 $59 $91 $60 $28 $60 $33 $11 ($18) $65 $87 ($0)
VX $85 $59 $83 $60 $35 $60 $39 $22 $14 $63 $80 $14
AS $56 ($11) $53 ($10) ($74) ($9) ($65) ($108) ($130) ($167) $45 ($131)
HA $3 ($16) $2 ($15) ($33) ($15) ($31) ($43) ($49) ($60) ($13) ($49)
G4 $46 $29 $45 $30 $60 $30 $16 $5 $0 ($9) $32 $43
 
How to read:  If American were to fly its network at Continental's cockpit cost per block hour, then it would need to reduce total pilot compensation by $326M.
How to read:  If Continental were to fly its network at American's cockpit cost per block hour, then it would need to increase total pilot compensation by $204M.
Source:  US DOT Form 41 via BTS, Schedules P52 & T2.  Calculation is the difference in total cockpit cost per block hour multiplied by total block hours flown for each respective year.
Cockpit cost per block hour is cost for each captain and co pilot.  For a per pilot cost per block hour, simply divide by 2. 
Note:  US Airways and America West 2006 filings may not be fully accurate given the merger effects on accounting.