• Eastern Airlines Virtual Makes Vintage Flights Available

    Eastern Airlines Virtual

    Eastern Airlines Virtual (EAV) is making available to their pilots vintage flights taken from the old Eastern Airlines logbooks. These flights are to the original departure and destination airports that Eastern frequented in the 60's and 70's. November will feature flights in the Lockheed L-1011. If you think that you would like to experience the EAV difference contact us at www.easternairlinesvirtual.com Below is just some of the benefits of joining the Eastern Airlines Virtual family:

    • Eastern is one of the oldest virtual airlines in existence with over 19 years in service.
    • No hourly or minimum requirements to fly larger aircraft which means that you can fly any assigned aircraft in the fleet. With over 33 planes from the traditional Eastern turboprop models in the iconic hockey stick livery to the modern jets with the newest designs.
    • Pilot's choice of 10 hubs across the United States from the traditional Eastern Airlines hubs in Miami and Atlanta to the non- traditional hubs located in Dallas, Kansas City and others spread throughout the USA.
    • Flights to exotic international locations in Europe, South America, Caribbean, etc.
    • EAV offers the opportunity to earn Ribbons and Medals for completing tours and challenges. Our web site contains a complete pilot profile page where their pilots can keep track of all of their awards.
    • EAV's pilot ranking system is hours flown based.

    www.easternairlinesvirtual.com


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