Aviation inspector earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Aviation inspector salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Texas $99,010
Nebraska $93,290
Missouri $89,110
Washington $83,290
New York $81,980
Louisiana $81,860
Georgia $80,660
North Carolina $80,060
Connecticut $79,720
Minnesota $79,670
Kansas $79,550
New Jersey $79,340
Indiana $78,520
Alabama $77,610
Oregon $77,090
Illinois $76,880
Florida $76,600
Kentucky $76,600
Oklahoma $76,600
Virginia $76,600
North Dakota $75,370
Michigan $68,290
New Hampshire $66,350
Tennessee $64,490
Iowa $64,150
South Carolina $63,870
Ohio $63,500
Arizona $63,100
Massachusetts $62,900
Rhode Island $62,400
Pennsylvania $62,260
New Mexico $61,970
Colorado $61,920
Hawaii $61,920
Montana $61,920
Mississippi $61,330
California $61,060
Nevada $58,160
West Virginia $57,770
Arkansas $55,110
Guam $45,230
Utah $43,370
South Dakota $40,540
Wyoming $38,330
Maryland $34,420
Puerto Rico $18,210
Alaska $106,480
Wisconsin $104,110
District of Columbia $102,710
Maine $102,590
Idaho $101,340

How do aviation inspector salaries compare to similar careers?

Aviation inspectors earn 18% more than similar careers in Tennessee. On average, they make more than avionics technicians.

Career Median Salary
Aviation inspector salary $64K
Aircraft mechanic salary $77K
Radio mechanic salary $57K
Facility maintenance mechanic salary $56K
Avionics technician salary $51K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)