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Why FAPA.aero

Why try to just wing it when it comes to making important career decisions, or when it really counts such as an upcoming airline interview? Doesn't it make sense to plan your career as carefully as you plan a flight? Why rely on rumor and hearsay to guide you through the critical decisions inevitable throughout your career? You need to build turbine time not Internet time, and FAPA.aero's organized and focused content structure is specifically designed to save you time and keep you on course. FAPA.aero provides one-stop shopping for pilot career and hiring resources.

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Meet the FAPA team

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

Justin

Hired at Southwest Airlines

I couldn’t have walked into the interview, ready to go, without the confidence and advice you were able to give me. FAPA really came through for me in a huge way, and I have you to thank for that. I’ve logged into FAPA.aero and completed the Interview Feedback form. Please let me know if you need any additional information.