Airplane Inspector Salary

The average pay for an Airplane Inspector is $21.54 per hour.

$18.46 - $32.55
(Median)
$18
$22
$33
MEDIAN: $21.00
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$0$12$24$36
Hourly Rate
$18.46 - $32.55  
   
National Annualized Data (?
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$0$24K$48K$72K
Bonus
$0.00 - $1,017  
   
Total Pay (?
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$34,416 - $66,552  
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 2 Jul 2015 | Individuals Reporting: 11
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Job Description for Airplane Inspector

Airplane inspectors play a key role in ensuring the safety of passengers, pilots, and crews who travel on aircraft by performing careful scheduled and periodic inspections of planes and recording any anomalies and resulting recommendations for the plane to remain operational. Typically, these inspectors are highly specialized aircraft technicians who are employed primarily by airlines, airports, and companies which provide relevant mechanical and technical services.

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Airplane Inspector Tasks

  • Evaluate programs, policies, and regulations for adequacy and develop improvements.
  • Examine maintenance and inspection documentation for compliance with safety regulations.
  • Prepare various reports and briefings, including findings and recommendations.
  • Inspect aircraft and aviation equipment for airworthiness and adherence to standards.
  • Communicate with the aviation industry, government agencies, officials, and the general public.

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Job Satisfaction

Highly satisfied
Rated 4 out of 5
based on 2 votes.

Years of Experience

1-4 years
8%
5-9 years
38%
10-19 years
38%
20 years or more
15%

Common Health Benefits

medical benefits Medical: 83% dental benefits Dental: 75%
vision benefits Vision: 50% employee benefits None: 17%
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