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What Do Agricultural Pilots Make in Salary?

Have you ever heard of an agricultural pilot? These pilots fly aircraft that fertilize crops on large farms. As an agricultural pilot in the U.S. , you will earn approximately $40,000 a year, plus about $50 extra for each flying hour.
After you have about three or four years experience, you can earn even more — to about $50,000 a year base pay, plus $75-$100 extra for each hour of flying.
Typically, an agricultural pilot will fly between 500 and 1,000 hours a year, during the growing season.
If this is a career that interests you, find out more about becoming a pilot at www.pea.com



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