Wed, Jun 30, 2004
NATA has published its
annual survey of general aviation service employee compensation.
The survey includes salaries and benefits for pilots, line-service
personnel and maintenance technicians.
Employees' compensation is broken down by geographic region of
the country, by the company's gross sales, by size of the town or
city in which the company is located and by the number of employees
in the company.
In addition to pilots and maintenance technicians, the survey
includes compensation for inspectors, dispatchers, customer service
representatives and stock clerks, among others.
The salary study was
conducted by Association Research Inc., a leading economic research
firm based in Rockville, Maryland. None of the individual responses
were made available to NATA.
The study is available on a complimentary basis to NATA members
who participated in the survey.
For non-participating members the charge is $50, and $100 for
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