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Working for a boss that makes you uncomfortable trying to do your job? Feel like quitting and walking out? Well in tonight's show we have exactly that, but if step outside it's a long way down - from 37,000 feet. You'll just have to wait. Listen-in... more

Help us plan the proposed "Eastern Air Lines - First Flight" during this broadcast. If you have emailed your intentions to be on this inaugural flight of Eastern employees and friends you'll not want to miss this show. We'll share with you... more

Hear Breaking News on tonight's broadcast. Help us send off the New Eastern by sharing your ideas for the inaugural flight and beyond, We're depart the Gate on Flight 185 Monday, October 13th at 7:00 pm. See you at the Gate.

History of the Airport Identifiers. Anyone working for an airline would know, at least, the stations their company flew into. But you will enjoy some of the unusual Code Identifiers used by airports around the world. Some are down... more

What's on your mind? Our show this week is about whatever is on your mind. Got questions about the new Eastern Air Lines, former employees, retiree benefits, job opportunities? Got a comment to make about life after Eastern, job you... more

This is one broadcast you should not miss. We discuss reasons for the demise of Eastern Airlines. One theory has NEVER before been told. George Jehn's newest book Final Desitnation: Disaster has been well researched and reads like a... more

Miami Center this is Eastern 855. We are losing another engine right now. Our third and last remaining engine. The huge airplane is just a glider without hope. The so familiar noise of engines was replaced by the creepy whistling of the... more

In My Seat is an audio you should not miss, and we're proud to present it a few days before America remembers those who perished September 11, 2001. Please be with us for this presentaion and discussion. We like to add your thoughts... more

It's the end of summer and we celebrate a day known as Labor Day. Many of the Eastern people finished their career with the company. Many did not. Many had other jobs before they came to Eastern. Many continued to work after... more

We continue our discussion about the new Eastern Air Lines. If you missed last week's broadcast with Ed Wegel, President and CEO of the new group starting up the new company that will fly the Eastern colors, you'll want to tune in for this... more

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