Browse Average Salary Ranges for Aviation and Airlines Jobs

What are the average salary ranges for jobs in the Aviation and Airlines? There are 155 jobs in Aviation and Airlines category. Average salaries can vary and range from $49,453 to $194,508. Salary ranges can differ significantly depending on the job, industry, location, required experience, specific skills, education, and other factors... Salaries listed below are U.S. national averages data from September 27, 2021.

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Alternate Job Titles: Captain/Pilot in Command (Small Non-Jet) | Small Non-jet Captain

Ensures that trip of assigned flight (aircraft smaller than 12,500 pounds at takeoff) is conducted in the safest manner possible. Determines flight routes, speed, and take off and landing times to fulfill scheduling requirements. Must stay current with federal and local flight regulations. Typically requires a bachelor's degree. Possesses current airline transport certificate with necessary type r... View job details


Alternate Job Titles: Airplane Captain (Small Non-Jet) | Small Non-jet Captain

Ensures that trip of assigned flight (aircraft smaller than 12,500 pounds at takeoff) is conducted in the safest manner possible. Determines flight routes, speed, and take off and landing times to fulfill scheduling requirements. Must stay current with federal and local flight regulations. Typically requires a bachelor's degree. Possesses current airline transport certificate with necessary type r... View job details


Alternate Job Titles: Head Non- Jet Aircraft Mechanic

Performs routine aircraft inspections and repairs and ensures that aircrafts are maintained in the highest state of mechanical condition possible. Has completed necessary trade school courses. Typically requires an associate degree. Possesses necessary FAA Aircraft Mechanic Airframe and Power Plant Certificate. Typically reports to a manager or head of a unit/department. Years of experience may be... View job details


Alternate Job Titles: Head Aircraft Mechanic (Non-Jet)

Performs routine aircraft inspections and repairs and ensures that aircrafts are maintained in the highest state of mechanical condition possible. Has completed necessary trade school courses. Typically requires an associate degree. Possesses necessary FAA Aircraft Mechanic Airframe and Power Plant Certificate. Typically reports to a manager or head of a unit/department. Years of experience may be... View job details


Alternate Job Titles: Captain/Pilot in Command (Small Non-Jet) | Airplane Captain (Small Non-Jet)

Ensures that trip of assigned flight (aircraft smaller than 12,500 pounds at takeoff) is conducted in the safest manner possible. Determines flight routes, speed, and take off and landing times to fulfill scheduling requirements. Must stay current with federal and local flight regulations. Typically requires a bachelor's degree. Possesses current airline transport certificate with necessary type r... View job details


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