Aircraft Mechanic Salary in United States

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What is the salary of an Aircraft Mechanic?

The average salary of an Aircraft Mechanic in United States is $27.7. Salaries start from around $16.6 and go up to $40.9. For a detailed look at the salary in your state, click on the map below.

$0 $40.9
Starting ($16.63)
Junior ($22.02)
Experienced ($26.91)
Senior ($33.33)
Highest ($40.85)
Highest

The top 10% of Aircraft Mechanics in United States earn:

$40.9
Senior

The top 25% of Aircraft Mechanics in United States earn:

$33.3
Experienced

The middle 50% of Aircraft Mechanics in United States earn:

$26.9
Junior

The bottom 25% of Aircraft Mechanics in United States earn:

$22.0
Starting

The bottom 10% of Aircraft Mechanics in United States earn:

$16.6

Historical salary

Aircraft Mechanic salary by state

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State Salary Rank
Kentucky 37.3 1
New Jersey 33.7 2
Connecticut 32.2 3
Hawaii 32.1 4
Maryland 31.4 5
Washington 31.4 6
Tennessee 31.1 7
Alaska 30.9 8
California 30.4 9
Colorado 30.4 10
Ohio 30.3 11
Massachusetts 29.1 12
Illinois 28.7 13
New Hampshire 28.4 14
Nevada 28.4 15
Kansas 28.3 16
Indiana 28.3 17
New York 27.8 18
Georgia 27.7 19
United States 27.7 20
Arizona 27.2 21
Delaware 27.2 22
Texas 27.0 23
Louisiana 26.9 24
Vermont 26.6 25
Wisconsin 26.4 26
Florida 26.3 27
Utah 26.3 28
Oregon 26.3 29
Mississippi 26.1 30
South Dakota 26.0 31
Virginia 26.0 32
Michigan 25.8 33
Pennsylvania 25.7 34
New Mexico 25.5 35
South Carolina 25.4 36
Minnesota 25.0 37
Missouri 24.5 38
West Virginia 24.2 39
North Carolina 24.0 40
Wyoming 23.8 41
North Dakota 23.7 42
Oklahoma 23.4 43
Puerto Rico 23.3 44
Idaho 22.8 45
Maine 22.3 46
Nebraska 21.9 47
Virgin Islands 21.7 48
Arkansas 21.7 49
Rhode Island 21.5 50
Montana 21.1 51

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