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This is a zoomable 3-D Gigapan image of the bronze Eastern Air Lines Pilots Memorial display located along a corridor wall at the Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (Domestic) at Atlanta, Georgia, USA. These plaques include a representation of well over 7,000 names of living and deceased pilots who flew for Eastern Air Lines since 1928. Date of hire with Eastern is shown next to the pilot’s name. Updated on January 6, 2018 . . .by adding an Addenda Plaque to the left of the 2 large Bronze Plaques.

The plane pictures at the top of the exhibit were added to the display on January 2, 2016. It now includes a B727 on the top left. a B757 in the center and a DC-10 on the top right. All three images at the top were created by retired Eastern Captain Jerry Frost.

When you click on the picture above, you will be taken to the Gigapan 3-D website which will allow you to zoom up very close to all the names so you can read every one.

Eastern_Air_Lines_Plaques_down_the_corridorThis Memorial is approximately 17 feet wide by 4-1/2 feet high. Each large plaque weighs over 200 pounds with each name etched into the 1/4 inch thick bronze plates. For a more detailed description you can read the small plaque located between the two larger ones.