Eastern Seaboard Aircraft  


The Eastern Seaboard is the main crossing point for all aircraft making a Eastern or Western  Atlantic crossing and this Blog is to show what an interesting aviation area this  is and to logs  some of the aircraft that transit it

Hi All

Let’s hope it’s a Happy New Year

So another year gone and for the Eastern Seaboard it has be a busy one

Due to the Pandemic St Johns title of the “C-130 Mecca”  has all most disappeared

But from the C-130 Tracking report there has been 273 C-130 movements out or in to CONUS

Coronets have increased with 82 movements of fighter in or out of CONUS

Aircraft going to storage or to be scrapped has also accelerated Bangor being the main airfield to transit into the States

As we did not get enough subscription this year to cover the cost.

We have decided the movement lists taken from the site by MAR will stop and the December report will be the last one in the magazine

From January all section will be opened up to all readers so content can be assessed but in February the whole site will be subscription and the cost will be adjusted

There is a lot of time and effort put into compiling  the information for the ESACML and with the limited repose to subscription’s this year we have had to make these changes

We will review the response at the end 2021 and see if it is worth continuing with the site

Bob & Keith

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