Read the Letters released to and from Swift Air, LLC on The EAL Radio Show Program Monday Evening, February 12, 2018 in reference to the James E. Hartley Plaque & Edward Vernon Rickenbacker Fountain Memorabilia. Also see more comments in Testimonials.
If you missed this radio program you can hear this program on our blog talk. Click to take you there... Episode 352.
Eastern Airlines Radio Show Blog Talk
Eastern has always been an airline of “firsts” and the 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 and hearing about the “old” and the “new” as we like to think of our beloved Eastern Airlines. We discuss Airline History, Stories, News, Aircrafts, Airline Humor and even Airline Commercials to approximately 1000 listeners. Our broadcast schedule is every Monday from 7:00 P.M. until 8:00 P.M ET. Hosts from six different locations discuss items pertaining to Eastern and its many valued employees and its 7300 EARA members located around the world. Each Broadcast is taped and you can easily catch the show by clicking on our archived files by going to the URL: http:// www.blogtalkradio.com/CaptEddie.
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Thursday, February 22, 2018
"Hop Harrigan Series, Part II of IV"
The EAL Radio Show Episode 2, Thursday, February 22, 2018, will air another program every other Thursday called "Old Time Radio Show". The topic continues this week Hop Harrigan Part II.
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EAL Radio Show Broadcast,
February 26, 2018, Episode 354
“Ten Most Famous People in Aviation”
Coming Up on the EAL Radio Show program on February 26, 2018, Episode 354 is giving us a sample of the “Ten Most Famous People in Aviation”. We all know about Wilbur and Orville Wright Brothers, and Amelia Earhart which we have talked about on our show, however, there was others such as; Charles Lindbergh; Chuck Yeager (photo shown); Jimmy Doolittle; John Glenn; and Baron Manfred Von Richthoven aka The Red Baron, which only touches on a few since there were many. Neal will share some insights to some known to mankind as famous.”
Another enjoyable evening listening to those Neal selected to place on our list. Hear their awesome stories that tell us why we feel they are famous! We already mentioned some of our EAL remarkable employees that we admire. Those we mentioned above too, have had a measureable background, some even in the Hall of Fame, while others were just plainly loved by many. We are so grateful in the aviation industry for these folks that pioneered aviation to where it is today.
Listen to the EAL Radio Show and join the conversation on February 26, 2018. Bring along some of your own famous aviation people to add to our program. We look forward to having you call us on our call-in number: 213-816-1611 at 7:00 P. M. EDT as we depart the gate, or listen in by clicking this hyperlink: www.blogtalkradio.com/capteddie.
Upcoming Episode 50, Thursday, March 1, 2018
"Notes From the Eastern Files"
The Slapgate Controversy
On 01 Jan 18, passengers flying on a long haul Jet Airways flight 9W119 from London to Mumbai were witness to a bizarre spectacle high up in the sky. Their Captain, a lady Jet Airways pilot came out of the flight deck in tears. When consoled by equally shocked cabin attendants, she alleged that the Copilot, a senior Captain himself, had slapped her in the cockpit. Overcome with emotion after the physical assault, the commander of the flight left the flight deck in a huff. What followed took airline etiquettes to a new low. The Copilot who allegedly perpetrated the brazen assault came out of the cockpit to persuade the commander to return. As shocked passengers watched on helplessly, the cockpit was left unattended in a gross breach of regulations. After some more bickering and coaxing, both pilots resumed their duties in the cockpit and the flight landed uneventfully at Mumbai. See more…Newsletters-Jan-June-2018
Here's How Much
Flight Attendants Really Make
By Jennifer Calfas
A flight’s take-off can mean different things to different people. For some, it could be the beginning of an international trip. For others, it may signal an emotional trip home. For flight attendants, it marks the beginning of their paid hours because their salary completely depends on the number of hours an aircraft is in flight. This means how much a flight attendant makes does not incorporate boarding, taxiing, flight delays, flight cancellations, or anything else that prevents a flight from taking off. So how much does the average flight attendant make? Salaries for flight attendants — it doesn’t matter if their flight is domestic or international — is between $23,000 or $25,00 a year to upwards of $80,000 a year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics and PayScale, a salary and compensation information company. (Some flight attendants, however, have shared online and in an interview with MONEY that they make as low as $18,000 a year.) See more…Newsletters-Jan-June-2018
Ehang (pronounced JONG) Announces Vtol Passenger Flights
By Mary Grady
(Jong) Ehang said this week they have flown “40 or so” passengers in their autonomous VTOL, the (JONG) Ehang 184, and a video of the flights is now posted online. "Performing manned test flights enables us to demonstrate the safety and stability of our vehicles," said the founder and CEO, (Hoo-a-shi HOO) Huazhi Hu. "What we're doing isn't an extreme sport, so the safety of each passenger always comes first. Now that we've successfully tested the (Jong) Ehang 184, I'm really excited to see what the future holds for us in terms of air mobility." (HOO) Hu was among the passengers who flew in the drone, as well as local officials and company employees. The video shows both a single-seat version and a two-seater flying. The video also shows a cockpit equipped with a control stick and rudder pedals. See more of this and the hyperlink Dorothy included in…Newsletters-Jan-June-2018
Utility Drone To Start U.S. Testing
By Mary Grady
A company in Wyoming has secured FAA approval to start flight tests with a large twin-engine drone, the Flyox Mark II, built by Singular Aircraft of Barcelona, Spain. The amphibious drone has a 35-foot wingspan and can carry up to 4,000 pounds of water for dropping on forest fires. According to Singular, it’s the world’s largest amphibious drone, and can be used for agricultural work, freight transport, border surveillance and rescue missions. Unmanned Aircraft International, headquartered in Casper, Wyoming, will conduct the flight tests. “Getting authorization to fly an 8,800-pound drone is very challenging,” UAI operations manager Chuck Jarnot told the Abilene Reflector-Chronicle. See more on Newsletters-Jan-June-2018.
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