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12:34am 05-30-2016
My name is Scott Meade. My father was First Officer Earle M. Binckley who was killed in the crash of Capital Airlines Flight 67 on April 6, 1958 when I was 9 mos. old.
I am presently a B-777 Captain and Check Airman for American Airlines flying out of JFK and DFW. I am interested in getting in touch with anyone from Capital that may have known my father.
Thank you and I am enjoying your web pages.
Best regards,
Scott Meade (ne:Binckley)
9:02pm 07-16-2015
Good reading. I have a silver Capital Airlines dinner knife. Don't know how or where I got it. I know I've had it in the kitchen for over 40 Years.
1:47pm 05-22-2015
My mother was a stewardess for Capital circa 1953-1954, Joyce Van Auker. I am building a 1/48 scale plastic model of a DC-3 for which I have obtained a set of Capital Airlines decals. I am trying to find a photo for the color scheme of Capital DC-3 interiors, including flight deck. Can anyone help?

Thanks, Dick Morgan
11:51am 03-14-2015
I was trying to get the e-mail address for the Capital alumni site so I could post a few pictures of a memorabilia item I came across when I went through my fathers things. He may have more I have yet to come across. I don't know if you remember the small plastic Viscount replicas from the late 50's early 60's. I found three in mint condition. Thought I'd share pictures of them.
7:57am 11-12-2014
My brother RK THOMAS was killed in a DC-3 in clarksberg MD, we have after 57 years found the actual crash site,will be in contact with you at a later date...
10:49am 09-28-2014
Sorry you weren't at our class reunion yesterday, but they passed out the info from you, and I am just responding to that. Emilie Cunningham Moore
12:05pm 09-18-2014
Thank you for this wonderful website! My dad Wiliam K. Wilson started flying for Capital in 1956 and retired as a Captain for United Airlines 35 years later. His last name now is Lancaster so you may have known him as Bill Wilson or Bill Lancaster and he flew out of VA Beach and Dulles. I can't wait to tell him about your website. Thanks again!
7:20pm 08-21-2014
Thank you, Captain, for your insight, guidance and education on Capital Airlines! ~ Carol
1:18pm 01-13-2014
Started in MKE 1951--opened JAX 1959---was in JAX when the merger took place. left JAX in 1964 to work at Patrick a AFB as the manager of the MTMC office (later SATO, SATO Travel) retired in 1992. Wondering if any "old dogs" from MKE are still around (1951-1959) Thanks! Dutch
11:34am 09-09-2013
My father was PCA/Capital/United Captain Gordon R. Speer, and my step mother was a Capital hostess Patty King. I sent you an e-mail about the super 3s a couple days back. Just curious if you received it? Thank you. Richard Speer.
2:48pm 08-03-2013
My dad was PCA/Capital/United Captain Frank C. Miller, and my mom was a PCA/Capital hostess. Mom's still going strong - Thanks for posting the memorabilia and crash reports; those certainly helped me understand what their lives were like back in the 1940-60's! Keep posting!
10:26am 05-28-2013
Tripod held my former Guestbook. They decided ti dispose of it. If you previously posted a message please post again.


gary b.
2:09pm 05-27-2013
Johnny Green
Nice site!