Legacy Carriers

January 8, 2010

The Future of Commercial Aviation – Commentary – January 8, 2010

It is a new year, and this month I will begin a new series on where I think commercial aviation is going;. However, I want to highlight a specific area this week that needs attention by all who work in the industry, and everyone who flies as a passenger. 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.

December 4, 2009

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year – December 4, 2009

This month I go south to Central America for a few weeks so this is the only blog post for me. Is the time of the year to get away from technology, reflect back on my past, consider my future, and the future of others, and say thanks to all of the people who have made my life successful? So, until next year I would like to wish you and yours the best life has to offer and hope that we all find peace, happiness and success.

Pasted below is a link that I hope you find interesting---it was forwarded to me by someone who knew I was hanging up my aviation spurs.

August 28, 2009

The Legacy Carriers – Part Four – August 28, 2009

This week we conclude the series on the legacy carriers but help me keep the memory of those that are gone but not forgotten alive by reading their history. 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.

August 21, 2009

The Legacy Carriers – Part Three – August 21, 2009

This week we continue the series on legacy carriers and we take a look at two more of the giants in the industry that are gone but not forgotten. 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.

August 14, 2009

The Legacy Carriers – Part Two – August 14, 2009

This week we continue the series on legacy carriers so that we can keep alive the memory of those that are gone but not forgotten. 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.

August 7, 2009

The Legacy Carriers – Part One – August 07, 2009

I am beginning a new series on the Legacy Carriers. By definition, a legacy carrier was an airline that was operating in 1978 when Airline Deregulation was codified. The number of carriers that have disappeared into the sunset since then is amazing. Some were dissolved, and some were absorbed by other carriers, but the fact that they are gone does not mean they are forgotten. 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.