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Procedure for Canceling FAPA.aero Membership

The best way to cancel your membership is to contact Craig Washka. He understands the needs of FAPA members. Craig is happy to take your call at 1-800-JET-JOBS (538-5627) or answer your emails to washka@fapa.aero. Let him know if you would like to cancel your membership.

If you choose to cancel by clicking on the Cancel Membership button below, you are acknowledging you are aware that you will need to pay the full initiation fee if you decide to rejoin FAPA.aero at a later date. Craig may give you a better deal.

Are you sure you want to cancel your FAPA.aero membership? You owe it to yourself and those who depend on you to stay on top of the industry and the latest trends and developments in the professional pilot career. No organization can help professional pilots do that as effectively as FAPA.aero, for pennies per day. Why settle for getting your facts from dubious sources and rumors? Doesn't it make sense to pay only $4.95 per month to stay informed about your industry and keep your pilot career on course? You never know when you might need to return to the pilot job market or make a critical career decision.

If you're convinced you can manage your career and make flawless decisions and you still want to cancel your FAPA.aero membership, please enter your User Name and Password in the space provided below and click on the "Cancel FAPA.aero Membership" button. If you can't remember your User Name and Password, you may click here and have them sent to your email address on file with FAPA.aero.

If you can't remember your email on file with FAPA.aero, send an email to (support@fapa.aero) or call 800 JET JOBS (538-5627)).

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Captain Andy Simonds

Senior Staff Writer

Captain AndySimonds

In 1980, Captain Andy Simonds first soloed in a beat-up fire-prone Cessna 152 Aerobat in Madison, Wisconsin.   After a tour in general aviation as a CFI and Part 135 charter pilot, Andy started collecting uniforms from American Eagle, TWA, Airborne Express and, finally, American Airlines where he is currently a Chief Pilot in NY and a captain on the A-320.  Whether left seat, right seat, back seat or jumpseat he never met an airplane he didn't like.  Andy would fly all airplanes to which somebody (who had the guts) gave him the keys including Metroliners, Jetstreams, DC-9, B-727, B-737, B-757, B-767 and the Airbus 319/321.

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.