Aviation inspector earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Aviation inspector salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $105,840
Alabama $78,300
Arkansas $71,950
Arizona $52,430
California $73,620
Colorado $70,940
Connecticut $71,880
District of Columbia $106,660
Florida $83,170
Georgia $77,960
Guam $37,030
Hawaii $75,080
Iowa $84,720
Idaho $87,240
Illinois $84,420
Indiana $75,080
Kansas $92,300
Kentucky $73,400
Louisiana $73,370
Massachusetts $66,670
Maryland $64,440
Maine $113,480
Michigan $76,090
Minnesota $88,930
Missouri $71,160
Mississippi $81,920
Montana $68,290
North Carolina $83,560
North Dakota $90,160
Nebraska $87,250
New Hampshire $66,350
New Jersey $62,040
New Mexico $56,560
Nevada $50,470
New York $74,720
Ohio $49,180
Oklahoma $80,600
Oregon $64,950
Pennsylvania $65,710
Puerto Rico $18,610
Rhode Island $48,680
South Carolina $64,390
South Dakota $43,770
Tennessee $80,320
Texas $86,510
Utah $40,180
Virginia $74,590
Washington $75,190
Wisconsin $90,160
Wyoming $69,010

How do aviation inspector salaries compare to similar careers?

Aviation inspectors earn 15% more than similar careers in the United States. On average, they make less than power plant operators but more than hydroelectric plant technicians.

Career Median Salary
Power plant operator salary $82K
Aviation inspector salary $76K
Commercial diver salary $50K
Radio mechanic salary $55K
Wellhead pumper salary $55K
Hydroelectric plant technician salary $58K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)