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Pilot Job Fairs

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FAPA PILOT JOB FAIRS

04/21/2017 - Las Vegas

Thanks for another great Job Fair! Over 400 pilots and 27 recruiting companies were in attendance.

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06/23/2017 - Denver

Spirit Airlines has confirmed attendance. Registration is now open for everyone.

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08/25/2017 - Seattle

Alaska Airlines has confirmed attendance. Registration is open!

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FAPA FUTURE PILOT FORUMS

FAPA's 'Future Pilot Forums' are free career seminars providing future professional pilots of all ages with objective and independent information about a flying career. FAPA focuses on career changers, students of all ages, parents, teachers and school counselors interested in learning about pathways to a career as a professional pilot. Admission is FREE. These are not Job Fairs for qualified pilots.

04/22/2017 - Las Vegas

06/24/2017 - Denver

08/26/2017 - Seattle

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Recent Events

FAPA has produced dozens of events over the past several decades.Thank you to all of our exhibitors who make our events successful. We look forward to seeing you and new exhibitors at our future events!


Meet the FAPA team

Claudette Carroll

Director - Pilot Career Services

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Claudette Carroll joined the FAPA.aero team in March 2010 as Director of Pilot Career Services. After twenty years of service at American Eagle, Claudette retired and moved on to utilize her vast experience in pilot selection and recruitment. As Senior Pilot Recruiter at American Eagle, she was responsible for coordinating the hiring process, interviewing pilots and representing the Human Resource department at the Pilot Review Board. She was instrumental in facilitating the hiring of over 5,000 pilots during her tenure there.

Client Testimonials

Bryan Q.

Hired at United Airlines

Claudette, I wanted to thank you for the interview prep a couple of weeks ago. I'm happy to report I was offered a job with United Airlines. What's incredibly amazing is the first 6 or 7 questions you asked me turned out to be the identical questions I was asked. Thanks again from one happy pilot, Bryan Q.