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See and hear the audio/video of the Southwest pilot Tammie Jo Shults, who has a Navy background 0f 32 years and who stayed calm in the cockpit as she brought the damaged Flight 1380 to a safe landing after thir engine exploded. Sadly one passenger fatality who was pulled through the window and though pulled back into the cabin, did not make it. Click to See more...
Dynamic Int'l Airways Revises Scheduled Ops Plans By www.ch-aviation.com
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Eastern Air Lines Dynamic International Airways (2D, Greensboro) has amended previously announced plans to offer scheduled service between the United States and China, in favour of flights to South America. See More on Newsletters/Eastern/Dynamic.
Eastern Pilots Association Nominated Former
Eastern Pilot and EAL Radio Show Producer and Director,
Captain Everett Neal Holland to the REPA Hall of Fame
Eastern Airlines Radio Show Blog Talk
Eastern has always been an airline of “firsts”
radio show is carrying on that tradition and Legacy. Each show that goes
into our EAL Radio
Broadcast archives tells the hosts, that Eastern people enjoy talking
hearing about the “old” and the “new” as we like to think of our beloved
Eastern Airlines. We discuss Airline History, Stories, News, Aircrafts,
Humor and even Airline Commercials to approximately 1000 listeners.
broadcast schedule is every Monday from 7:00 P.M. until 8:00
P.M EDT. Hosts from six different locations discuss items pertaining to
its many valued employees and its 7300 EARA members located around the
Broadcast is taped and you can easily catch the show by clicking on our
archived files by following the directions below in red. We
want you to tell us what you want to hear, suggest special "Eastern"
guests, or tell us your favorite Eastern experience. This Radio Show is
for and about the people of Eastern. Here's
how it works!
Tune in at our regular scheduled time, 7:00 PM by calling: 213-816-1611 to talk to our hosts or by going to: www.blogtalkradio.com/capteddie.
At the Blog Talk website: Click the button for the live sounds
of Eastern Airlines. You'll recognize the familiar "Fly Eastern" theme
music. We'll have plenty of Eastern's beautiful music played during
breaks in the broadcast. You may use the Player above by clicking anywhere on it to take you to that website to start the show or URL: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/capteddie.
"Eastern Brats, That is"
Episode 362 April 23, 2018
“Our Eastern Family And
Their Eastern Brats II!”
The EAL Radio Show is planning on another Episode of "Eastern Brats II" for Episode 362 that airs Monday evening, April 23, 2018.
We are encouraging and calling upon all Eastern Brats to join us. Simply E-mail us at [email protected] and let us know if you can be with us. Please include your telephone number that you will use to call into the show on 213-816-1611 that evening, as our producer board does not have the capability of showing telephone names, and Neal will see your number to activate your microphone.
We know that the Eastern Family had wonderful years working for a prestigious airline. Their children grew up in an airline family that shared the love for Eastern, so they too, learned to love Eastern. Some became Eastern employees when they grew up and knew many of their parents' friends...some were even Godparents to them. They lived it for many years before Eastern closed, and they are, what they call themselves, "Eastern Brats". We want you on our show! Once we know how many of our Guest "Eastern Brats" are joining us, Neal will write a partial script for the evening and list the names of the Guest "Brats" who sign up for the show in the order they will speak and send out a script.
Please call in at 213-816-1611 at 7:00 P. M. ET as we depart the gate, on April 23, 2018 and join in with our "Eastern Brats" as they share their experiences as children of an Eastern Family. Listen in by clicking the hyperlink to take you to our website: www.EALRadioShow.com or
EAL Radio Show Broadcast
April 30, 2018, Episode 363
“EAL’s Close Encounters Of The Third Kind” - UFOs
The EAL Radio Show once again brings you an exciting adventure and this time Episode 363 scheduled for April 30, 2018, will bring us Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs). In the 1940s, two of our own Eastern pilots reported sightings while flying on a DC-3 trip. They were scoffed and laughed at and made fun of by many. Recently not only the crew of an American Airlines saw a sighting they reported as having close encounters with…a mysterious object flying high above Arizona last month…but also a Learjet pilot who called into the Control Tower minutes before.
Do we believe this to be true; Spaceships…flying discs…extraterrestrial craft? More than one or two people reported this phenomena or “encounters” of UFOs as it goes back as far as the early 1500s. There have been many airline pilots that reported this “phenomena.” Some to name a few:
1954 Royal Dutch Airlines DC-4
1959 Crew of a Pan American Flight from Honolulu to San Francisco
1995 America West Airlines Flight 564, Bovina, Texas
1952 Pilots of a DC-4 airliner of Pan American Airways
1986 Japan Air Lines Flight 1628
2006 United Airlines employees and pilots and many more…
Please join us on the radio April 30, 2018 by calling in at 213-816-1611 to hear about the many others that have spotted these “flying object’s and learn the locations around the world. We depart the gate at 7:00 P. M. EDT, so call in or listen in on your computers by clicking this hyperlink: www.blogtalkradio.com/capteddie.
Episode 6, Thursday, May 3, 2018
New Series Listening to
"The Adventures of Sky King"
The next "Old Time Radio Show", Episode 6, Thursday, May 3, 2018, airs with the new series "The Adventures of Sky King" .
The World's Busiest Airport Revealed By CNN News
It's not just you: Airports really are getting busier. Close to 104 million passengers passed though Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in 2017, making it the world's busiest passenger airport for another year. That's according to preliminary 2017 data released Monday by Airports Council International. Globally, there were significant increases in passenger numbers, cargo, international freight and total aircraft movements. With flight routes this busy, it's surprising we can see the sky at all. See more on Newsletter Jan-June 2018
New train System for Los Angeles International Airport. By Airports International.com
Los Angeles City Council unanimously voted to approve a 30-year $4.9B contract with LAX Integrated Express Solutions (LINXS) to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the automated people mover (APM) train system at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). See more on Newsletter Jan-June 2018
ERAU Crash Investigation Focused On Wing Spar
By Joy Finnegan
The NTSB and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University officials are working together to determine what caused the PA-28R-201’s wing to fall off in mid-flight. The resulting accident killed two: Zach Capra, an ERAU student, and an FAA designated examiner, John S. Azma, conducting a check ride. See more on Newsletter Jan-June 2018
Jetson family, take note: One Miami developer is now preparing for flying cars. Dan Kodsi, CEO of Royal Palms Companies and developer of the Paramount Miami World Center complex downtown, says he is retrofitting the Paramount’s roof for a future that includes airborne personal transportation. “It’s not a question of if, but when,” Kodsi said. See the video and more on Newsletter Jan-June 2018
Airshow Pilot OK After Crash In
By Mary Grady
145 Hilden Road, Suite 115
Ponte Vedra, FL 32018-8401
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If you are a currently flying or retired airline pilot, the
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