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While some very large multinational corporations that own their own jets hire pilots full time, others may lease planes or contract services from corporate jet providers. In any case, the aircraft pilot for corporate jets typically makes daily or almost daily flights; they frequently transport corporate ...
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$54K
$92K
$150K
MEDIAN: $91,957
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Aircraft Pilot, Corporate Jet - Netjets, Inc. , salaries: $108,000
Aircraft Pilot, Corporate Jet - Jet Aviations , salaries: $75,000
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While we may think of commercial airline pilots as the person on the other side of the microphone when we take a flight on a jumbo jet, in reality those jobs are at the top of the heap in this profession. Many commercial jet pilots fly for dedicated freight or shipping companies. Many others work for ...
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$42K
$82K
$170K
MEDIAN: $82,136
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Commercial Pilot, Jet - United Airlines, Inc. , salaries: $155,000
Commercial Pilot, Jet - Southwest Airlines Co , salaries: $195,000
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Corporate non-jet aircraft pilots are responsible for flying and navigating non-jet airplanes, such as helicopters and single-engine airplanes. They must be reliable, able to comply with schedules, and follow regulatory authority and company rules and regulations and other directives governing aircraft ...
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$35K
$60K
$100K
MEDIAN: $59,998
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Aircraft Pilot, Corporate Non-Jet - Gowan, Incorporated , salaries: $101,736
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Chief pilots (aircraft) oversee the overall operations of an aviation department. This includes managing flight and ground personnel, coordinating maintenance, and scheduling flights. A chief pilot must stay up to date with local and federal flight regulations, as well as stay current with their own ...
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$55K
$83K
$150K
MEDIAN: $83,335
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Chief Pilot (Aircraft) - Kenmore Air , salaries: $66,226
Chief Pilot (Aircraft) - The Boeing Company , salaries: $178,000
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$50K
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MEDIAN: $72,616
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Most of the time, commercial pilots work for airlines. They must ensure that flight operations are conducted in a safe and efficient manner. They must initiate preflight planning by analyzing the weather and checking aircraft performance. They must be competent. They must comply with Federal Aviation ...
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$30K
$64K
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MEDIAN: $64,442
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Airline pilots, copilots, and flight engineers generally perform jobs comprising the same duties. They ensure the safe flight of aircraft from one place to another by physically piloting and landing a variety of aircraft. An airline pilot, copilot, or flight engineer must be a licensed pilot. This involves ...
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$39K
$99K
$210K
MEDIAN: $99,373
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Airline Pilot, Copilot, or Flight Engineer - Delta Air Lines Inc , salaries: $185,000
Airline Pilot, Copilot, or Flight Engineer - United Airlines, Inc. , salaries: $120,000
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Non-jet commercial pilots often work for corporations and wealthy individuals and must have the FAA Commercial License with Instrument Rating and First Class medical, as well as a certain number of total flight hours and the FCC-restricted radiotelephone operator permit. Strong communication skills are ...
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$27K
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MEDIAN: $60,740
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The position of aircraft test pilot requires high technological and aeronautics proficiency. An aircraft test pilot is responsible for the testing of aircraft and provides suggestions for improvement of said aircraft. An aircraft test pilot has major responsibilities, which at times can put an aircraft ...
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$69K
$120K
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MEDIAN: $123,804
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Aircraft Test Pilot - Wyle Laboratories Inc. , salaries: $110,260
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Helicopter pilots are primarily responsible for ensuring the smooth and safe operation of helicopters before, during, and after flight missions. They work in a variety of areas, such as health and safety (including in rescue work, forest fire fighting, and health transport operations), law enforcement, ...
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$49K
$72K
$110K
MEDIAN: $72,080
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Helicopter Pilot - U.S. Army , salaries: $48,656 - $119,571
Helicopter Pilot - Air Methods Corporation , salaries: $69,837
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Average Salary (?
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$51K
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MEDIAN: $72,916
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Military Pilot (Unspecified Type) - U.S. Air Force (USAF) , salaries: $68,596

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