Find a Career During Sun ‘n Fun Aerospace Expo

This year, the annual career fair is expanding to five days.

The career fair will be held during the Sun ‘n Fun fly-in at Lakeland Linder International Airport (KLAL) from Tuesday, March 28 to Saturday, April 1. [Credit: Sun ‘n Fun]

Sun 'n Fun and JSfirm.com, the popular aviation job website, are celebrating 10 years of partnership with the 10th annual Sun 'n Fun Career Fair.

This year the event in central Florida is expanding to five days. It will be held during the Sun 'n Fun fly-in at Lakeland Linder International Airport (KLAL) from Tuesday, March 28 to Saturday, April 1, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Tickets are $45 per day, and may be purchased here.

"Expanding the Career Fair that takes place during Sun ‘n Fun was a common request from participating companies and job seekers alike," said Abbey Hutter, executive director for JSfirm.com.

Hutter noted that the career fair began as a one-day event and has steadily grown, fueled by requests from participants. The career fair is an opportunity for employers to meet potential applicants and those searching for career opportunities to see their options.

"We always look forward to having hiring companies on site," said Richele Floyd, scholarship director for the Aerospace Center for Excellence. "The networking capability truly is limitless even outside of show hours.”

Who Can You Expect To See:

The 2023 career fair exhibitors include: 

  • Airborne Maintenance & Engineering Services
  • Air Wisconsin
  • Cirrus Aircraft
  • Commuteair
  • Endeavor
  • FAA
  • flyExclusive
  • Frontier Airlines
  • GoJet Airlines
  • Legends Airways
  • LIFT
  • Mesa Airlines
  • National Airlines
  • Piedmont Airlines
  • PlaneSense
  • PSA Airlines
  • Republic Airways
  • Silver Airways
  • SkyWest Airlines
  • VistaJet

Floyd adds that the partnership with JSfirm.com continues to grow, to the extent the two entities now have a new five-year agreement in place.

Meg Godlewski has been an aviation journalist for more than 24 years and a CFI for more than 20 years. If she is not flying or teaching aviation, she is writing about it. Meg is a founding member of the Pilot Proficiency Center at EAA AirVenture and excels at the application of simulation technology to flatten the learning curve. Follow Meg on Twitter @2Lewski.

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