Air crew officer earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Air crew officer salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $103,450
Alabama $101,320
Arkansas $102,410
Arizona $77,750
California $170,220
Colorado $180,180
Florida $137,310
Georgia $87,940
Iowa $99,560
Illinois $122,110
Indiana $102,410
Louisiana $104,150
Maine $76,470
Michigan $113,760
Minnesota $95,530
Mississippi $82,860
Montana $71,030
North Carolina $94,980
North Dakota $111,690
New Hampshire $98,580
New Mexico $98,510
New York $111,070
Ohio $88,980
Puerto Rico $60,420
South Carolina $101,320
Tennessee $89,660
Texas $165,130
Utah $98,550
Washington $199,560
Wisconsin $98,520
West Virginia $92,330
Wyoming $80,630

How do air crew officer salaries compare to similar careers?

Air crew officers earn 6% more than similar careers in Georgia. On average, they make less than commercial pilots but more than aircraft mechanics.

Career Median Salary
Commercial pilot salary $80K
Radio frequency specialist salary $92K
Pilot salary $88K
Air crew officer salary $88K
Logistician salary $70K
Customs broker salary $66K
Aircraft mechanic salary $67K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)

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