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Phone: 800-JET-JOBS
Email: washka@fapa.aero

Craig Washka joined the FAPA.aero Team in October 2009 and is currently serving as a Customer Service Representative. He brings over thirty years of aviation experience to the table and understands the needs of our customers.

Craig learned to fly in 1978 through Ohio University’s professional pilot flight training program and has worn many hats including CFI, Line Captain in Props and Jets, Company Instructor Pilot/Check Airman, Assistant Chief Pilot, Director of Training and Director of Pilot Recruitment/Development where he spent over a decade responsible for pilot recruitment, interviewing and selection. He enjoyed networking with the flight training and airline industry helping thousands of pilots achieve their career goals. He also interviewed with two Major Airlines.

Craig inspires FAPA members and other people every day. Despite having multiple sclerosis, he continues to ride his handcycle with his trusty dog Scout by his side. Craig has cranked out more than 16,000 miles, with Scout joining him for about 9,000 miles. 

You can read all about Craig's amazing contributions to others by clicking here.

Craig's Bike with MS page.

Craig has a true passion for people and aviation and looks forward to guiding FAPA.aero customers to succeed with their professional goals.

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Daniel S. Huntington

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Daniel S.Huntington

Daniel S. Huntington is a Boeing 717 captain with Delta Air Lines. He previously served as first officer with American Eagle, and first officer and captain with ValuJet. Huntington, 57, is an Airline Transport Pilot, holds a Flight Engineers Certificate and has a masters degree in Math and Computer Science from Emory University.

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.