FAPA.aero | Cancel your FAPA.aero Membership

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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 to request an email from FAPA with a password reset option.

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)).

Meet the FAPA team

Louis Smith

Chairman and President of FAPA.aero

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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 46 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

Derek F.

Hi Craig. I would like to confirm my registration and position at the job fair in Chicago. I had to miss the last one in Vegas unfortunately and my friend ended up with a job at US Air. Thank you. Derek F.