NATA has published the results of its 2012 compensation survey of general aviation service employees, which includes salaries and benefits for pilots, line-service personnel, maintenance technicians, inspectors and line service and customer service representatives, among others. Employee compensation is also broken down by geographic region of the country, company gross sales, community size and number of employees in the company. The report is free for NATA members who participated in the study, but costs $130 for non-participating members. Non-NATA members may purchase the survey for $310.
A copy of the 2012 Compensation Report may be purchased on the NATA Web site under Products and Services and by clicking on Publications.