The average pay for a Fire Fighter Airport is €36,119 a year and €17 an hour in Italy.
The average salary range for a Fire Fighter Airport is between €26,360 and €44,166.
On average, a High School Degree is the highest level of education for a Fire Fighter Airport.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Italy.
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Combats, suppresses, or anticipates fires and saves plane crew and passengers in response to actual or potential air-crash emergencies.
Drives to scene of crash or to end of runway where distressed craft is expected to land.
Sprays chemical foam onto runway surface to minimize danger of fire and explosion on impact, and water fog or chemical agents onto craft after landing.
Participates in removal of trapped or injured crewmembers and passengers, using flame-cutting equipment if necessary to gain entry to damaged craft.
Renders first aid to injured.
Establishes fire lines to prevent unauthorized persons from entering crash area.
May participate in removal or neutralization of explosive ordnance material when military aircraft is involved.
May deactivate aircraft electrical power to prevent fires or explosions.