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Aviation administrative managers specific responsibilities vary by the type of organization and may include keeping records, distributing mail, and planning and maintaining facilities.

Average Salary: $96,150

Aerospace engineers design aircraft, spacecraft, satellites, and missiles. They also test prototypes to make sure that they function according to design.

Average Salary: $110,840

Controllers usually manage multiple airplanes at the same time and often must make quick decisions about completely different activities.

Average Salary: $135,560

Overall an aircraft mechanic works to diagnose, adjust, repair, or overhaul aircraft engines and assemblies, such as hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

Average Salary: $58,690

Routine production assembly operations and inspection on structural and mechanical assemblies, subassemblies and systems, equipment and accessories using manual operations is a large part of an ai

Average Salary: $51,140

Airfield operations specialists are essential to ensure airport ground and airside activities are conducted safely and efficiently.

Average Salary: $51,180

Airline Pilots plan each flight with the airline's flight dispatcher and meteorologist, checking weight, fuel supply, alternate destination, weather and route.

Average Salary: $165,130

Ticket agents also take and confirm passengers’ reservations for transportation.

Average Salary: $43,730

Overall the airport manager is responsible for continuously safe and efficient operations for all users of the airport and its facilities.

Average Salary: $104,541

Aviation logisticians oversee activities including purchasing, shipping and transportation, inventory, warehousing, and delivery.

Average Salary: $77,210