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Tristram Carter Tristram Carter from Bath wrote on 18th August 2019 at 5:18 pm:
My father, EVH Carter, known to his friends as Nik, was an engineer with East African Airlines in the late 40s and possibly early 50s. Does anyone have any photos that might include my dad? Tall bloke with glasses.
Sarah GOSTLING Sarah GOSTLING from GRIMAUD FRANCE wrote on 2nd August 2019 at 3:31 pm:
How nice to find a photo of my father (Roger Gostling) in your article African Life, did you know him ?? Many thanks.
Sarah GOSTLING Sarah GOSTLING from GRIMAUD FRANCE wrote on 2nd August 2019 at 3:09 pm:
My father Roger Gostling worked with East African Airways as cabin crew training manager in the early sixties, he passed away Jan. 2011, he had many fond memories of Kenya. I have been looking for an East African airways facebook page but unfortunately can't seem to find one, can anyone help me ?
David Price David Price from Vancouver wrote on 6th July 2019 at 10:33 pm:
I flew for Easy African back in the ‘60’s DC3s and Comet 4s. Left to join Aer Lingus and retired to Vancouver. Fond memories of great people and places.
Charmain Pomfret Charmain Pomfret from Perth, Western Australia wrote on 30th June 2019 at 4:47 am:
I just discovered this website and want to belatedly note that my father, Ruthven Pomfret, passed away aged 90, in 2006. He flew for EAA in the 1950s. I still have photos of some of the aircraft that he flew. I have fond memories of Wilson Airport because my father also did a stint of link-training of pilots. My mother was unwell at one period and he had to babysit me and took me to work with him during this period - I'd have been about eight or nine at the time. He put me in the simulator that he used for training to keep me occupied, and let me sit and pretend I was a pilot - great fun! I'd love to hear from anyone who might remember my father. he and my mother moved to Western Australia in 1968 and settled on the south-west coast in Albany.
Alwyn Martins Alwyn Martins from Thornhill wrote on 9th May 2019 at 3:18 pm:
I was born in Uganda in 1958 and later left the country during Idi Amin's reign with other Asians in Sept 1972. I have had a recent very traumatic near death experience. During that time I visualized several memories that were crystal clear in their clarity. One of those memories was of an EAA plane being surrounded by troops on an airport runway. Did this ever happen? If so, can you provide any details? Thank you, Alwyn
Justin Beaumont Justin Beaumont from London wrote on 24th April 2019 at 4:32 pm:
Found two large, framed, black and white pictures with Fly Among Friends and East African Airways logo bottom right. One is a majestic lion on the plain, and the second is of 3 elephants. Tag line indicates made after 1964. Any info on photographer or ad agency, marketing company?
Christopher Lutara Christopher Lutara wrote on 2nd November 2018 at 12:16 am:
My father was the director general of the company from 1967 to 1971. His name was Wilson Okumu Lutara.  I would love to recieve some pictures of him if available
Deborah Deborah wrote on 17th October 2018 at 10:28 am:
email adress: searching.africa@gmx.de
Deborah Deborah wrote on 17th October 2018 at 4:54 am:
Dear EAA-Team, My name is Deborah and I live in Munic. i`m searching for a Pilot or Flightcontroller: -who worked/lived in Nairobi Summer of 1969? -who knows a Sylvia (Hofer), she lived in Nairobi with her husband. She was a Flightassitance by Balair/Swissair. Her husband was a swiss Pilot. -Sylvia, my mother, was born in London and had a british passport. They had a German Mastiff, the dog loved Kerosin.  -who lived in a appartementhouse for European Flightmembers near the Airport? I´m searching for my biological father... I assure you that I have NO financial interests and grew up in an intact family.  Is there someone, who can help me? Someone you knows anything?  Thanks in advance, kind regards, Deborah
Parvin Ali Parvin Ali wrote on 9th August 2018 at 9:41 am:
I worked with East Africa airways late 70'S. Was based in Nairobi, Kenya. Wondeful times living in East Africa. Im in the far right in the picture below. https://www.ebay.com/itm/ ge-Airlines-Print-Ad/ 1313.TR1.TRC0.A0.H0.Xeast+african+airways.TRS0
George Banks George Banks wrote on 22nd June 2018 at 4:24 pm:
I did not work for EAA but worked briefly as Duty Officer at Dobbs Catering LHR and we catered the EAA super VC10 every night. I was often the only person in the unit waiting to hear if the SVC10 had pushed back as it was the last flight of the day. If it went technical I had to call Mr Finlay (the EAA LHR Catering Officer) who was at the Skyline hotel bar and ask him if he wanted the Flight recatered for the morning andwhat with? If he was agreeable we could switch the catering already on board, around ,and dry ice. If not we had to call staff in and work all night preparing new meals! I am the author of the book Gourmet and Glamour in the sky...A life in Airline catering and there are pictures of EAA memorabilia including a fan which says “eight miles a minute on the EAA Comet”. I joined British Caledonian in April 73 then British Airways and Emirates before retiring after 45 years but always loved covering East Africa, Seychelles, Zambia and South Africa for BR BA and EK.
William Scott Fraser William Scott Fraser wrote on 24th August 2017 at 11:20 am:
Sorry forgot to put my Dads name, William John Fraser, any info would be gratefully appreciated.
William Scott Fraser William Scott Fraser wrote on 24th August 2017 at 11:17 am:
Hi, there my Late father worked EAA during the fifties would love to see any pic's from back them and any info about my dad thanks.
martha kinsley used to be jones martha kinsley used to be jones wrote on 18th August 2017 at 4:03 pm:
i joioned east african airways 1960 teddy,nuru ismail una buchanan lucy semakala anita and a few others we were the first local girls to be selected to join eaac trained at embakasi by roger gosling chief stewardess was julia jonesi now live in kent i 
Hesse C Mhango Hesse C Mhango wrote on 17th July 2017 at 9:54 pm:
Was with EAA from October 1965 till finito, 1977. Worked in Traffic Department at Dar airport and briefly at Kilimanjaro.  If you were a captain on the fleet, chances are I must have completed one or two weight and balance documents which you had to sign before take off.  Best wishes to all you good people.
Mike Madin Mike Madin wrote on 26th June 2017 at 2:05 pm:
Sorry, forgot the email address in case anyone can help me. madinmj@gmail.com
Mike Madin Mike Madin wrote on 26th June 2017 at 2:02 pm:
Hi, I was on r&r out of the copperbelt first week of May 1972 and flew out of Entebbe on an EAA Twin Otter to Paraa Lodge in the Murchison Falls, N. Park. Canadian Captain and just 4 of us as pax. He buzzed the Lodge and dropped us off then headed back to Entebbe. We sat at the grass strip for a couple of hours in the cab of the old red Bedford fire truck. The lodge apparently did not hear him buzz them and they only found out when they radioed Entebbe to find out where we were. Great weeks holiday at the lodge( magnificent old bulls skull with mounted tusks in the reception) spoiled by security in Entebbe taking the film from my camera on the way out. The reason for the rambling post; is there anyone out there who can give me the gps coordinates of the old grass strip which Paraa Lodge used before they built the one they use now. Thanking you all in anticipation. I also lived and worked in Kisuma, before, during and after the break up. Wonderful memories
Chris Duirs Chris Duirs wrote on 24th June 2017 at 10:41 am:
My father, Bill Duirs, flew with EAA for some years in the 1960s. DC3, Twin Otter. F27 and SVC10 before moving on to Gulf (Aviation) Air. Bill retired in 1984 from Gulf and died in New Zealand in 2010: I'd appreciate any photos, or memorabilia that anyone could let me have regarding his time with EAA. We were a Kenya family from way back, Bill having flown with Campling and Wilson after WWII, farmed in Molo/Turi and done some hours during the Emergency with KPAW.
Prof.Dr.Gabor A. BALINT Prof.Dr.Gabor A. BALINT wrote on 3rd June 2017 at 4:39 am:
At the beginning of the 1970s and onwards, we, - together with my family,- used to use quite a number of times the EAA. ( In those years I was a member of staff of the Makerere University Medical School, Kampala. Nice old times...) EAA was a reliable and good airlines. It's a pity that it was closed, BUT at the present time Kenya Airways ( KQ ) what I use now is a very good and high level replacement.