Coast Guard Helicopter pilots usually make anywhere from $60 to $80 dollars per hour.
Civil Air Patrol pilots do not make money. They are civilian volunteers.
This greatly depends on the type of job that the pilot is doing. Helicopter pilots are used for such a wide variety of jobs but the average salary ranges from $45,000 to $90,000. Some may make less and some may make more.
After a few years(like 20) in the company, airline pilots make over $200,000 a year. Corporate pilots don't make as much but they fly the nice airplanes
Depends on the amount of cocaine they are flying.
$20,000,000 per hour
The type of job you have, the type of helicopter you fly, the amount you are expected to work, your experience level, and the company you are employed by all make a difference in how much you can make as a pilot. The most experienced pilots are going to be the ones that have the potential to snag the highest paying helicopter pilot jobs.
Much more complicated than a fixed wing aircraft. -Military helicopter pilots in most services MUST qualify as fixed wing pilots before graduating to helicopters.
Nothing. You have to complete your commercial pilots license to make any money as a pilot.
Dont exactly know check other websites
Delta pilots probably make good money. If you have good seniority and fly a 747 you will probably make 182,000 plus. But if its your first year you will probably make 20,000
They make money, you know like the bling bling $$ big mola