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Monday, March 27, 2017

Atlanta Airport

History of The South Lives On!



EAL Radio Show, Episode 311 
Today, March 27, 2017 
Will start a series about the 
Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.  


I had an opportunity to read a bit of the script and this is fascinating information. If you love aviation history you will enjoy this show!


The Series starts 
“From its earliest days as an automobile racetrack, 
to becoming the largest passenger 
operations airport in the world”



They will also talk about the roll 
Eastern Airlines had in its development.



If you have a story about the airport 
we would like to hear about it! 

Call-in Today, March 27th 
at 7:00 P.M. at 213-816-1611 
to join us live…or 
Tune-in CaptEddie Online Radio by CaptNeal
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/capteddie



 Captain Neal Holland  ♦ Jim Hart *Captain Steve Thompson *Chuck Allbright
*Captain George Jehn*Dorothy Gagnon*Don Gagnon
CaptEddie Online Radio by CaptNeal 

AND  a SPECIAL 
HAPPY 75TH BIRTHDAY TO
DON!!
Drop by and wish him Happy Birthday~


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Enjoy the Journey!
OX Karlene 

2 comments:

  1. It's amazing to think that Atlanta Airport is busier than the likes of JFK,Chicago,LAX or even Heathrow.

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