FAPA.aero | Pilot Job Fair Updates & Registration

Pilot Job Fairs

Updates & Registration

We receive a lot of inquires about upcoming Job Fairs. See below to learn about how members are notified, other ways to learn about upcoming Job Fairs, and how registration works when it is open. Members have the first opportunity to register for Job Fairs. Click here to sign up for a Basic membership.

You will be assigned a job fair seniority number based on your date and time of registration. Your seniority number will be used to control entrance to meet with certain companies expected to attract greater than 50 pilots.

Job Fair Updates for Members
1) All members are blast mailed about legacy/major carrier commitments even if they are not registered for that Job Fair.
2) All members are blast mailed about all registration windows.

FREE Updates for Non-Members
1) Follow us on Facebook (facebook.com/FAPA.aero) and Twitter (Twitter.com/FAPA)
2) Text FAPAJobs to 84483
3) Continue to check FAPA.aero/Jobs

Job Fair Registration Window Schedule (actual window lengths may vary, slots can fill up at any time)
1) Members may register (5 days)
2) If slots are still available, Nonmembers may register (window open until full)

Meet the FAPA team

Daniel S. Huntington

Director of CyberCompass Corporation

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, 53, 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

Ryan

Hired at Delta Air Lines

Hi Judy, I flew the Tarver 1 Arrival into Reno the other day and, of course, thought of you. I hope you are well and finding time to relax although I'm sure you're swamped with interview prep. All is well at Delta. Best decision I've ever made. I'm on the A320 out of NYC and really enjoying it. Thank you for helping me get here. Enjoy the pic and hope you're doing great. Warm regards, Ryan