What is the salary of a Pilot?

The average salary of a Pilot in United States is $129,600. For a detailed look at the salary in your state, click on the map below.

Senior

The top 25% of Pilots in United States earn:

$156,970
Experienced

The middle 50% of Pilots in United States earn:

$115,190
Junior

The bottom 25% of Pilots in United States earn:

$88,540
Starting

The bottom 10% of Pilots in United States earn:

$65,420

Historical salary

Pilot salary by state

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State Salary Rank
Alabama 98,500 18
Alaska 154,100 2
Arkansas 90,200 24
California 137,300 8
Colorado 108,400 13
Connecticut 80,600 31
Delaware 105,300 15
Florida 143,000 5
Georgia 141,500 6
Hawaii 148,300 4
Idaho 93,100 23
Illinois 119,200 9
Indiana 111,300 12
Iowa 99,800 17
Kansas 94,600 22
Michigan 148,500 3
Minnesota 97,200 19
Mississippi 88,200 27
Missouri 80,200 32
Montana 75,100 35
Nebraska 88,300 26
New Hampshire 81,000 30
New Jersey 115,600 10
New Mexico 78,800 33
New York 168,300 1
Ohio 76,500 34
Oklahoma 95,500 20
Oregon 74,600 36
South Carolina 89,300 25
Tennessee 103,700 16
Texas 141,400 7
Virginia 111,400 11
Washington 107,800 14
West Virginia 86,700 28
Wisconsin 94,600 21
Puerto Rico 81,600 29

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