The average pay for an Aircraft Pilot is $82,725 a year and $40 an hour in Nevada, United States.
The average salary range for an Aircraft Pilot is between $58,742 and $102,421.
On average, an Associate Degree is the highest level of education for an Aircraft Pilot.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Nevada, United States.
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Pilots airplane or helicopter, at low altitudes, over agricultural fields to dust or spray fields with seeds, fertilizers, or pesticides: pilots aircraft over field, or drives to field, or studies maps to become acquainted with obstacles or hazards, such as air turbulence, hedgerows, and hills, peculiar to particular field.
Arranges for warning signals to be posted.
Notifies livestock owners to move livestock from property over which harmful material may drift.
Signals airplane-pilot helper to load aircraft.
Pilots aircraft to dust or spray fields with seeds, fertilizers, or pesticides, and observes field markers and flag waved by airplane-pilot helper on ground to prevent overlaps of application and to ensure coverage of field.
May be accompanied by property owner when piloting aircraft to survey field.
May specialize in application of pesticides and be designated pest-control pilot.
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Aircraft Pilot Job Listings for Nevada, United States
Adversary Air Support Pilot-in-Command
Reno, United States
Tactical Air Support, Inc.
Tactical Air Support's Air Services deploys advanced aircraft operated by experienced fighter and attack pilots to U.S. military installations and detachment sites in support of Navy, Marine Corp ...