Aviation History

June 5, 2009

The Golden Years and Technology – Part One – The Boeing 247 Airliner – June 05,2009

This week will start a new series on the “Golden Years and Technology”. Last time we were talking about pay and stability for aviation professionals during this time period, but now I will share information about airplanes and how a few specific models made commercial aviation, as we know it, possible. As always, I would like all aviators to connect with their roots and one of the ways they can do that is by using the “Third Dimension Blog” as a resource.

May 22, 2009

The Birth of Regulation – Part Two – The Birth of the Civil Aeronautics Board – May 22, 2009

We continue with the micromanagement of public corporations and will wrap it up and move forward next week with a subject much more interesting. That having been said I would like all aviators to connect with their roots and one of the ways they can do that is by using the “Third Dimension Blog” as a resource.

May 15, 2009

The Birth of Regulation – Part One The Birth of the Civil Aeronautics Board – May 15, 2009

Regulation, or should I say the micromanagement of public corporations by elected officials for personal gain, is and continues to be a major block in the success of aviation in the 21st century; however, let’s revisit the beginnings.
May 8, 2009

The Golden Years Job Security – Protected Seniority – Retirement – May 08 2009

The time period 1935 to 1965 saw the US involved in three armed conflicts, World War Two, Korea and Vietnam, so Golden Years may be a bit of a misnomer; however, when you look simply at aviation That having been said I would like all aviators to connect with their roots and one of the ways they can do that is by using the “Third Dimension Blog” as a resource.

May 1, 2009

The Birth of Commercial Aviation – Part Five The Airlines – The Pilots – The Unions – May 01,2009

President Truman once said that the only thing new is the history you don’t know. That having been said I would like all aviators to connect with their roots and one of the ways they can do that is by using the “Third Dimension Blog” as a resource. So come with me now as I continue the series about the beginnings of our profession.

April 24, 2009

The Birth of Commercial Aviation-Part Four – The Air Mail Service Pilots and the Airlines – April 24, 2009

This week we finish up this series and hopefully I have sparked an interest for some of you to look back and connect with your past. There are a number of resources available that will allow you, as an aviator, to connect with your roots and the “Third Dimension Blog” is one of those resources. I invite you to join me now as we talk about the beginnings of our profession.