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FAPA Pilot Job Fairs: Qualified pilots (those with more than 250 hours and a Commercial Certificate) wishing to speak with airline recruiters, please register below for a FAPA Pilot Job Fair.
FAPA Future Pilot Forums: For aspiring pilots of all ages including career changers, separating military personnel and students in any grade with 0 - 250 hours. Click here to learn more about the FAPA Future Pilot Forums.
Air Wisconsin is a FAPA Platinum Partner. They will be recruiting at every FAPA Pilot Job Fair. They will also be giving presentations and hosting roundtable discussions at all FAPA Future Pilot Forums. Presentations from FAPA Future Pilot Forums will be available by video in the FAPA.aero Future Pilot Video Library.  

Southern Air - Take Your Career To New Heights

Air Wisconsin - Seamless transition to the cockpit in 4-5 months


03/30/2019 - Las Vegas

Registration is OPEN! Atlas Air/Southern Air will be attending, FREE to speak with Atlas/Southern.

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04/27/2019 - Phoenix

Registration is OPEN! No major airlines will be attending.

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05/18/2019 - Washington, D.C.

Registration is OPEN! Atlas Air will be attending, FREE to speak with Atlas.

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06/08/2019 - Chicago

Registration is OPEN! Atlas Air will be attending, FREE to speak with Atlas.

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07/13/2019 - Denver

Registration is OPEN! No major airlines will be attending.

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08/24/2019 - Seattle

Registration is OPEN! No major airlines will be attending.

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09/21/2019 - Boston

Registration is OPEN! Atlas Air will be attending, FREE to speak with Atlas.

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10/19/2019 - Orlando

Registration is OPEN! Atlas Air will be attending, FREE to speak with Atlas.

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11/16/2019 - Honolulu

Registration is OPEN! No major airlines will be attending.

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12/14/2019 - Dallas/Fort Worth

Registration is OPEN! No major airlines will be attending.

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FAPA FUTURE PILOT FORUMS

FAPA Future Pilot Forums are free career seminars providing future professional pilots of all ages with objective and independent information about a flying career. FAPA focuses on career changers, students of all ages, parents, teachers and school counselors interested in learning about pathways to a career as a professional pilot. Admission is FREE. These are not Job Fairs for qualified pilots.

01/26/2019 - Future Pilot Forum - San Diego

02/23/2019 - Future Pilot Forum - Fort Lauderdale

03/30/2019 - Future Pilot Forum - Las Vegas

04/27/2019 - Future Pilot Forum - Phoenix

05/18/2019 - Future Pilot Forum - Washington, D.C.

06/08/2019 - Future Pilot Forum - Chicago

07/13/2019 - Future Pilot Forum - Denver

08/24/2019 - Future Pilot Forum - Seattle

09/21/2019 - Future Pilot Forum - Boston

10/19/2019 - Future Pilot Forum - Orlando

11/16/2019 - Future Pilot Forum - Honolulu

12/14/2019 - Future Pilot Forum - Dallas/Fort Worth

Can't Attend In Person? Watch Later On Video! Learn More & Register FREE


Recent Events

FAPA has produced dozens of events over the past several decades.Thank you to all of our exhibitors who make our events successful. We look forward to seeing you and new exhibitors at our future events!


Meet the FAPA team

Dan  Nofziger

Research Assistant

Dan Nofziger

Dan Nofziger is retired from the United States Coast Guard. He is currently studying at Middle Tennessee State University in the Bachelor of Aerospace Science curricula. Dan’s educational focus is in the Professional Pilot program where he is currently accumulating flight hours. Dan currently holds a commercial ASEL rating and is working on his CFI. In his off time, he enjoys flying with his family and volunteering as an Orientation Pilot with with the Tennessee Civil Air Patrol.

 

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.