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Pilot Job Fairs

What to Expect

Check out our Frequently Asked Questions to learn more about what to expect at a FAPA.aero Pilot Job Fair.

Before Registering

1) Q: Why do you charge so much to attend?

2) Q: What is your refund and transfer policy?

3) Q: Which companies do you invite? Why dont you have more confirm attendance to your Job Fairs?

After Registering and Day-Of

4) Q: What do I need on the day of the Job Fair?

5) Q: What is the appropriate attire?

6) Q: How does the Seniority Boarding system work?

7) Q: Why doesn't FAPA.aero use a Take-A-Number system?

8) Q: What are the estimated wait times?

After Attending

9) Q: Should I send Thank You notes?

10) Q: Where do I get the names and contact information of recruiters that I spoke with?

11) Q: Should I include in my airline application(s) that I attended a Job Fair?

12) Q: Is there any value in going to multiple Job Fairs to speak with the same airline?

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Meet the FAPA team

G.W. "Bo" Corby

Vice President - Flight Training Standards

G.W.

Captain Corby began his aviation career as a Flight Crew Instructor for the Boeing Company, followed by 3 years in the Middle East as a pilot/flight engineer for several airlines, returning to the U.S. in 1977 as a pilot for Hughes Airwest in San Mateo, California. Hughes Airwest later merged with Republic Airlines and eventually Northwest Airlines (NWA).  At NWA, he served as NWA ALPA Training Committee Chairman and in this position participated as one of 3 Board Members on the Pilot Training Review Board at NWA. This Board evaluated issues in the NWA training department relating to pilot training deficiencies. He retired from NWA in 2006.

Client Testimonials

Anonymous

Hired at SkyWest Airlines

Hi Louis, Here's a quick note to say that my nephew's experience with the premium member FAPA interview preparations was excellent. He interviewed with SkyWest yesterday and was offered a job 45 minutes later. His CRJ class begins this month. He said that his mock interview and the suggestions he received from FAPA were quite valuable and that he was told that he "hit it out of the ballpark" on the HR portion of the interview. His father and I are so pleased that his aviation career is progressing so well.