JOIN Mountain Air Virtual Airlines!!!

IMPORTANT - PLEASE NOTE: We do not delete old pilot numbers. If you have been a member in the past, please DO NOT use this form to re-join. To re-activate your previous pilot number all you need to do is file a PIREP. You will AUTOMATICALLY be re-activated. If you have forgotten your password to the database, please send an e-mail to member services. You can find all Mountain Air e-mail addresses here.

Ensure the required fields are filled in correctly. The intent of providing your geographical information (city, state/province/department/territory, and country) is so that it will be listed along with your callsign on the pilot roster. If you have questions about joining Mountain Air BEFORE filling out the form, please contact the Member Services Manager.

(* Required fieds are in bold.)

First Name - example: John; not john or JOHN *

Last Name - example: Doe; not doe or DOE *

Email Address:*

City - example: Denver, not denver or DENVER *

State/Prov/Dept/Terr - example: CO or Queensland*

Country - example: USA or Bahamas*

Desired Region:*

Requested Password (for Database Access):*

Preferred Flight Simulator:*

Flight Simulation Hours (Note that you will not get "credit" for previous VA flight time):*

Do you have previous VA experience?:*

Do you fly online (using Squawkbox or FSInn)?:*

If you fly online, what is your VATSIM PID?
Were you previously a Mountain Air pilot?*
For COPPA compliance, type "YES" if you are NOT under the age of 13?*

Any Comments or Questions? (500 characters max - more will cause an error when submitting the page)

To help keep out spammers, please enter the words you see above the text box. If you have trouble reading the words, press the top (recycle) button to get new words. *



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