Alexandria, VA, May 16, 2012 - The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) has published the results of its 2012 survey of general aviation service employee compensation. The 2012 Compensation Report includes salaries and benefits for pilots, line-service personnel and maintenance technicians.
Employee 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 report includes compensation for inspectors and line service and customer service representatives, among others.
Association Research Inc., a leading economic research firm based in Rockville, Maryland, conducted the salary study. For privacy reasons, none of the individual responses are provided to NATA.
The 2012 Compensation Report is provided at no cost to NATA members who participated in the study. For non-participating members, the charge is $130 and $310 for non-NATA members.
A copy of the 2012 Compensation Report may be purchased on the NATA Web site at www.nata.aero under Products and Services and by clicking on Publications.
The report includes salaries and benefits for pilots, line-service personnel and maintenance technicians.
NATA's members participating in NATA's Safety 1st programs will be given preferential pricing wherever it is permitted by state rules.
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