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Smithy Smithy wrote on 13th May 2016 at 5:45 am
One tend to forget the often agony of operations. Nevertheless: those were the days.A very very good time.
Robert Whittingham Robert Whittingham wrote on 25th April 2016 at 5:26 am
I was on the RAF VC10 crew that took the survivors to the UK after the tragic crash in Addis Ababa. I can still see the broken runway lights and the t tail visible at the end of the runway as we landed and taxied by. It was supposed to be a night stop but the injuries to the pax was so severe we turned round as quick as possible and due to crew duty time took off for RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus. Does anyone know any survivors on that aircraft that we took to the UK?
BHARAT PARMAR BHARAT PARMAR wrote on 1st April 2016 at 7:11 am
I would like to hear from anybody who remembers my Late father Mr Amrit Parmar. I still have his Staff Uniform and also flight Diaries. He worked for EAA I think between 1955 to 1971 - Head Purser  My e mail is if anybody cares to get in touch with me
Sanjiv Gohil Sanjiv Gohil wrote on 22nd March 2016 at 10:50 am
Fond memories of flying in on a East African Super VC10 on a cold December 1967 night, as a six year old coming to settle in the UK, seeing snow at Heathrow for the first time. I'm sure there are a lot of East African Asians out there who have stories to tell of flying on EAA.
Mary Bulwa Mary Bulwa wrote on 10th March 2016 at 3:34 am
This website is great, it brings back the memories of EAC. I joined the corporation in mid Sept 1968 as a Stewardess, I then changed to Reservation at Sadler House in Nairobi until 1977.  I would like to get in touch with Wilson Awuor who was also a staff at Sadler House in 1976/1977. We communicated twice and then lost touch. Any chance of getting in touch with him will be appreciated.  
Paul Coleman Paul Coleman wrote on 5th March 2016 at 5:47 pm
Son of Paul Coleman East African Airways Steward worked 1966 to 1971,
Capt. Rusty Bowker-Douglass Capt. Rusty Bowker-Douglass wrote on 4th January 2016 at 6:27 am
Joined EAAC as an engineer in1961, rejoined as co-pilot on DC3s, Comet F/O, Twin Otter captain, F27 Captain then DC9 Captain. Left in 1972. Retired to Australia after a long and successful career in aviation. Would enjoy contact from Ex EAA
Iqbal Sajan Iqbal Sajan wrote on 21st December 2015 at 7:41 am
Air Traffic Controller Dar es Salaam during the EAAC era
Moses Muriithi Moses Muriithi wrote on 16th December 2015 at 3:17 am
Eyshe Abbas Max Eyshe Abbas Max wrote on 25th October 2015 at 2:04 pm
Yes those were the days where Airline Industry was a "Jewel". East African Airways Corporation brought forward quality.
Basil Riegels Basil Riegels wrote on 21st October 2015 at 7:16 pm
I joined EAA in 1955 as a trainee in Tanga Moved to Kasese as the last Officer in charge before being posted to Entebbe. Served as a DFO in Nairobi and subsequently as a DTO before becoming Mail and Cargo Sup and subsequently Cargo Manager. Moved to Head Office as Cargo Standards Officer with John Betts, Traffic Standards Officer, and Alistair Macenzie the then Traffic Manager.  Left EAA in 1969 and joined Qantas were I worked in Cargo until I retired.I ended up as Manager Systems Development for the Qantas Cargo Computer and chaired the Unisys Cargo User Group. Would love to hear from anyone who new me.
Anton Starling Anton Starling wrote on 2nd October 2015 at 5:14 pm
Keep me in touch. Son of Capt. Lewis E Starling Ex EAA
Peter Kaye Peter Kaye wrote on 19th September 2015 at 3:36 pm
Flew EAA in March 1964 from Bombay via Karachi and Aden to Nairobi en route to Johannesburg and Lourenco Marques.
Mpagi Livingstone Mpagi Livingstone wrote on 25th August 2015 at 5:40 pm
My father Bukeka Nelson worked with EAA.I am interested in hearing some stories and photos from you people he worked with. Best regards Livy
jean bodie jean bodie wrote on 18th July 2015 at 7:58 pm
Looking to trace John Philips from Aberdeen, Scotland who flew for EAA in the 50s. e-mail won`t take my address - it`s: jeanco at
CHICK LITTLE DAUGHTER CHICK LITTLE DAUGHTER wrote on 26th June 2015 at 10:29 am
My Dad was Chic Little (William), married to Eve, how he would have loved to read all this - I remember Richard Airey so well, as a small girl - I am so glad I found this, I have such memories of Dar and Nairobi in 50's and 60's
MALCOLM MOUNTER MALCOLM MOUNTER wrote on 20th June 2015 at 8:57 am
My e-mail address is if there are any familiar faces out there. 
MALCOLM MOUNTER MALCOLM MOUNTER wrote on 20th June 2015 at 8:52 am
I am happy to say that I am not in the Big Hangar in the Sky, although I seem to be listed under recent RIPs. Please can you bring me back to life and take me off this list. I am currently living and playing lots of golf at Mount Edgecombe Country Club in Durban. My wife Pat is still very active and we are enjoying life at the moment in sunny Durban. Many thanks Malcolm Mounter
Sohail Khizer Sohail Khizer wrote on 12th June 2015 at 7:57 am
Nice to see the old one and good style of the flight. thanks
Hope Busingye Hope Busingye wrote on 2nd June 2015 at 12:36 pm
Hi, My Mom Rose Karooro Kyobutungi RIP worked with the company and am trying to get any information about her and photos too. Thanking you in advance. ....