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Dee Gill Dee Gill from London wrote on 6th January 2023 at 9:12 pm
My Grandfather - Sarjit Singh worked for East African Airways as as Service Controller in Nairobi, then moved to London Heathrow as a Senior traffic liason officer. I belive he worked there in 50s/60s. It would be great to hear from anyone who knew him. Very sadly he passed away on 12th Dec 22.
David Price David Price from Vancouver wrote on 5th January 2023 at 5:44 am
I spent 20 years flying in Africa three of which were with EAA in Nairobi 1963/66 DC3 and Comet. Just written a book about those 20 years. Lived in Orchard Close just opposite the Muthaiga Club. Greta memories. Best wishes to all.
Robert McAdam Robert McAdam from Tauranga wrote on 22nd September 2022 at 1:49 am
I'm looking for information regarding ex 75Sq Bomber Command Pilot Tom Waugh from Musselburgh, Scotland who moved to Nairobi in the 1950's and piloted planes for East African ending up Captaining VC10s to the UK. He retired went back to Scotland but couldn't settle so returned to Nairobi and died 1992 from a heart attack. He had a son Christopher and daughter Grace whereabouts unknown. His wife died after returning to Scotland in 1993 a year later. I have records of Tom's operations 1944 including photos.
Admin Reply by: David
Hi. You reminded me about your enquiry. I will contact a colleague to see if he knows anything. Sorry for the delay David
CEASER MERVIN THURE CEASER MERVIN THURE from NAIROBI wrote on 2nd September 2022 at 2:01 pm
Who remembers John Cods Odera? Well he has rested
Mike Cuming Mike Cuming from Sydney wrote on 24th August 2022 at 7:16 am
John Maspero, - I remember your father as Commecial Manager and also as a fellow member of Muthaiga Golf Club. I purchased his golf clubs, which I later brought back to Australia and played with for several years.
Mike Cuming Mike Cuming from Sydney wrote on 24th August 2022 at 7:04 am
I joined the Technical Office in 1969 as a Senior Technical Officer, with principal responsiblity for the construction of an Engine Overhaul facility at Entebbe Airport. Construction was completed in 1972, shortly before the coup de etat in which Idi Amin took over Uganda. The workshops and engine test house were never used for their intended purpose. We very much enjoyed living in Nairobi and travelled extensively in Kenya. EAA was a great airline to work for and I have fond memories of my colleagues.
Ann Taylor Ann Taylor wrote on 8th August 2022 at 8:48 pm
I'm doing family research and would like find a piece of the puzzle. Does anyone have any records/memories/stories of William Mervyn Bawden (born 1913) in Natal and flew for Wilson Airways? He had an accidental death on 8 June 1938 in Tanganyika, aged 25. At that time he lived in Nairobi, I think. Have not been able to find any information on circumstances of his death. His father was WP Bawden, who became a member of Parliament in South Africa. Thanks to all who may read this, Ann
Linda Hudson Linda Hudson from Brighton wrote on 27th July 2022 at 11:15 am
Jambo to all people who attended the EAA Reunion on 23rd July at Skyways/Radisson Blu. Such a lovely Reunion. Thank you Jerry Sirley for organising it. Love to all people who have recently joined the 'Hangar in the Sky' along with my husband, Tim Hudson, Ray Mackenzie, Ron Mineault, Trevor Gordon et al.
Jeanne Waller Jeanne Waller from Salisbury wrote on 27th June 2022 at 3:28 pm
Anyone remember my husband Johnie Waller? East African 1957 to 1970
Baum Christian Baum Christian from Paris , Elesmes and ages ago Mau Narock wrote on 20th February 2022 at 2:39 pm
My last university holidays in fact the last time I spend on the farm my parents had at Mau Narock was in 1962. After I got a scolarship in a parisian hospital and the holydays lasted 4 weeks. For my last trip to Europe I took ,a comet jet liner and I shall always remembre Niomy Willamson air hostesse on that flight. I nerver returned to Kenya. Kenya, the Island Farm, Mau Naroki .The Duke of York and Nyeri schools remain very present in my mind !!!!! I shall never forget you all.
Lewis Stephen Jones Lewis Stephen Jones from Perth wrote on 25th January 2022 at 7:26 am
My twin brother and i flew many times as very young unaccompanied children from our boarding school in England via London Heathrow or Gatwick to Entebbe! Very special memories of all the special staff who looked after us on the Vickers VC 10, in what was in those days a very long flight. We also flew with BOAC and on the odd occasion BUA. Our Father was working in the colonial service firstly in Kenya and then transferred to Uganda. Thankyou for looking after us so well! (from approximately 1965 till 1969) Kind Regards Lewis Jones
Edward Penfold Edward Penfold from Tetbury Glocestershire wrote on 29th December 2021 at 7:07 pm
Was in EAA from 1968 to 1977, some of the best times in my life. Am leaving my email in case anyone wishes to contact me. kind regards to everybody.
Heather-Gail de Souza Heather-Gail de Souza from Nairobi Kenya wrote on 17th October 2021 at 8:32 am
Dear EAA staff , I am a EAA baby born when my late mum Antoinette de Souza (Abreo) worked with EAA. She later joined KQ when EAA closed ...I have a number of her photographs when she was in charge of staff uniforms happy to share. I also have a VC 10 EAA model in my office. My mum passed away 29.8.19 you may contact me on I run my own safari company . I traveled the world because of EAA in my mummies tummy and later .
Eric Morris Eric Morris from Johannesburg wrote on 16th September 2021 at 2:44 pm
Dear Admin, please can you add my grandfather, Captain Eric Edmund Morris to your RIP list? Deceased 01 April 2002 in Margate, South Africa.
roger aves roger aves from DORCHESTER wrote on 5th April 2021 at 3:38 pm
May I ask please what was the passenger config on the SVC-10 I think First Class was 14F seats but what was Y figure in Tourist class/Economy? thanks
Brian West Brian West from Melbourne wrote on 30th March 2021 at 12:08 pm
I join EAA January 1968 as a L.A.M.E working on the Comet 4s then the mighty VC 10. Such a wonderful time, and place, and people. Yes it truly was a lifetime achievement the height of my life..
graham heaton graham heaton from Norwich wrote on 24th February 2021 at 1:41 am
Stu Adams - the same Stu Adam who married Brian Chinnick's big sister ? Long time since the auction days in Kijabe Street. Long time since Paddy Murray, Ian Carton and others played golf at Karen Club. Life in Kenya in the 60s / 70s was something to blessed with.
Andrew Marshall Andrew Marshall from Croydon wrote on 22nd January 2021 at 5:02 pm
I am researching my Grandfather's involvement with East African Airways and was wondering if anyone on the site had any information about him. His name was John Burgoyne Gregg. I believe he was one of the senior engineers. (Chief Engineer?) I know that he was working for EAA in 1953/1954. Prior to working for the airline, he was working for Air Despatch at Cardiff airport and before that at Croydon Airport. I am guessing he joined the airline shortly after it was established. He was born in 1902. Thanking people in advance. Kind regards Andrew Marshall
Jakob Ssendawula Jakob Ssendawula from Kampala wrote on 22nd January 2021 at 2:05 pm
I am glad to have landed on this website. My father Captain James Kiwanuka was a pilot with the EAA. I have noticed that his information is not captured on this website. I would be very glad to help in this regard. Jakob
J Flowerday J Flowerday from Worcester wrote on 18th January 2021 at 6:40 pm
I am researching my grandfathers flying career and would like to know if he ever flew for East African at all. After the second world was we believe he went to East Africa. He flew for Imperial Airways as well as was the pilot on Chamberlains flight to Munich from Hendon in 1938 to meet Adolf Hitler. We know he lived in White River in South Africa for a while as well as Dunnottar Eastern Transvaal. He was flight training there. If anyone has any information would love to hear about it. Thank you