Delta Air Lines and US Airways Group released their proxy statements Friday, and we’ve now got all the biggest carrier’s disclosures for 2010.

Here’s how the executive compensation stacks up for the carriers’ chief executives:


Name Airline Year Salary Bonus Stock Option Non-Equity Change in All Other Total
Awards Awards Incentive Plan Pension Compensation
Compensation Value and
Nonqualified
Deferred
Richard H. Anderson Delta 2010 $600,000 $0 $5,999,999 $0 $1,257,975 $0 $183,297 $8,041,271
Gerard J. Arpey AMR 2010 $669,646 $0 $3,280,680 $1,185,940 $467 $721,282 $94,660 $5,952,675
Jeffery Smisek United Continental 2010 $791,250 $0 $0 $0 $3,558,750 $0 $9,766 $4,359,766
Gary C. Kelly Southwest 2010 $465,000 $930,000 $1,842,000 $0 $0 $7,902 $112,668 $3,357,570
William S. Ayer Alaska 2010 $395,385 $0 $1,120,197 $697,052 $745,314 $305,617 $93,785 $3,357,350
W. Douglas Parker US Airways 2010 $550,000 $0 $0 $1,119,419 $987,800 $0 $100,762 $2,757,981
David Barger JetBlue 2010 $600,000 $33,000 $312,249 $267,000 $0 $13,768 $1,226,017

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