FAPA.aero | Preregister for Job Bank

Pilot Job Market & Interview Prep

Pilot Job Bank Preregistration (Free for all pilots)

Please enter your email address to Pre-register for our free and confidential pilot job bank. We promise to keep your email private and never sell or disclose it to third parties to respect your privacy. Employers will not have access to your email address and other private information.

Our sytem will allow you to list your qualifications, search for a better job, and connect with a prospective employer at your own discretion. Our database will also help match you with jobs in the bank based on your qualifications on file.

After you Pre-register, you will receive our free monthly Pilot Hiring Bulletin email. We will notify you via email when the job bank is ready for your online submission of flight qualifications and ratings.

Meet the FAPA team

Louis Smith

Chairman and President of FAPA.aero

LouisSmith

Louis Smith, President of FAPA.aero, is a retired Northwest Airlines captain, completing his career flying the DC-10 on international routes.  Outside of the cockpit, Smith's vision has long been in managing businesses whose primary mission focused on publishing and organizing information that would help current and aspiring commercial pilots succeed in their career--before and after landing the cockpit job. Getting a job in commercial aviation requires more than stick-and-rudder skills, and Smith has spent the past 42 years assisting pilots in reaching their career goals by providing a one-stop shop for the information required to stay on top of this dynamic and complex industry.

Client Testimonials

Anonymous

Job Fair Attendee

Hello.... By the way, the job fair was very well-executed today. Nice job. I bet your premier memberships go way up after this. I didn’t wait in line AT ALL. I was #273 Premier. Went in when the board said 250 American, 300 All others. The woman from American approached me and asked if wanted to speak to an American representative. When I said yes, she brought me to the table where they took my resume for a minute, handed it back and brought me to the waiting Captain. It couldn’t have gone smoother. I’m a new fan of the premier-exclusive line now.