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About Eastern Airlines Airways

Eastern Air Lines is the rebrand of the American carrier Dynamic International Airways.

Eastern Airlines, previously Dynamic International Airways, is a charter airline that operates flights from its base at Piedmont Triad International Airport (GSO), North Carolina.

Under the Dynamic International Airways name, the airline offered from several destinations within the US to locations in the Caribbean, Mexico and South America using a fleet of Boeing and McDonnell Douglas aircraft. However, due to financial difficulties, in 2016, Dynamic International Airways began to remove and restructure many flights from its network. In mid-2017, Dynamic International Airways removed all scheduled passenger services and announced its transition into a charter airline

In 2018, the airline announced its plans to rebrand and acquire the brand name from the ceased airline Eastern Airlines (2015), which now operates as today. Eastern Airlines operated its first service from Miami International Airport (MIA) to Punta Cana International Airport (PUJ) in June 2018. 

Upon the rebrand, Eastern Airlines fleet consisted of five Boeing B767s, however, it now has the capacity to operate 10 aircraft — 8 of which will be used for passenger charter services and the other two for cargo.


Eastern Airlines Airport Base

Piedmont Triad International Airport

Piedmont Triad International Airport is a domestic US airport that sits in the middle of North Carolina and the airport base for Easter Airlines. The airport is the third most active airport in North Carolina and serves a number of airlines, including American Airlines, American Eagle, Delta Connection, Spirit Airlines and others.

Built in 1982, the airport has one terminal with three runways. This is where the majority of Easter Airlines fleet is stationed.



14th March 2018

Dynamic International Airways will rebrand as Eastern Airlines

Dynamic Airways is seeking to rebrand as Eastern Airlines in an attempt to develop the business. It is reported that under its court-approved reorganization plan, it will continue to operate ACMI-type charter flights in a bid to rebuild its financial resources. It said that during its time in bankruptcy protection, it had seen "substantial unmet public/market need for carriers with wide-body convertible aircraft". As such, it requires DOT approval to increase its beyond the current limit of five "large aircraft" to ten. "Dynamic has the infrastructure to operate 10 aircraft and has a strong FAA compliance record," it said. "The current five aircraft restriction significantly limits financial growth and leads to costly inefficiencies in its maintenance department."

The carrier has made pubic that it already has customer commitments for the use of up to 10 aircraft of which eight will be used for passenger flights and two for cargo. The longterm objective, Dynamic said, is to introduce longhaul, low-fare scheduled service from China and other markets. As it stands, the airline said it would be submitting a request to register the trade name (d/b/a) of Eastern Air Lines. It is recalled that Eastern Air Lines was absorbed into Arizona-based passenger charter specialist Swift Air. 

However, access to the Eastern Air Lines branding rights will come by virtue of owner Kenneth Woolley who, in addition to owning 100% of Solitude Strategies, LLC, Dynamic's single shareholder, also controls a 38.75% stake in Swift Air. Overall, Woolley has provided over USD8 million in DIP financing and more than USD50 million in aircraft and cash following the company’s emergence from Chapter 11. He is reportedly prepared to invest up to an additional USD15 million to cover any operating expenses if needed as the new aircraft are integrated into the fleet.