After being considered one of the four major US airlines with America, Delta and United, it was innovative and very successful, becoming the world's second-largest airline in the history of six decades.  Originating from Pitcairn Aviation, which was formed on September 15, 1927, he opened air mail service at Brunswick, New Jersey and Atlanta with an open cell PA-5 Mailwings.
But North American aviation, a holding company of several new entrants and aircraft manufacturers, purchased a company after a year and changed its name to the air transport industry, launched the Ford 4-AT Trimotors passenger service through New York's multi-level hop of Washington through Camden, Baltimore, Washington, and Richmond 18 In August 1930, Curtissi's acquisition of Condor enabled him to expand the route to Atlanta.
After being swallowed by Ludington Air Lines three years later, he was able to add a triplet to New York-Philadelphia-Washington for this system.
Growth in the Eastern world, as well as many other airlines, was further impacted by the Air Mail Act of 1934, which included private postal postal contracts for private companies, while the US Post Office chose the supply that they submitted with other competitors on the basis of their offerings. Although it led to the formation of airlines to choose airline flights, it also wanted to equally require the acquisition of joint ownership.
Limiting the subsequent restrictions to his "Spoil" conference, "General Postmaster Walter Folger Brown," "Eastern Air Transport" changed its name in the year 1934, as it would know in its history, "Eastern Air Lines".
Captain Eddie Rickenbacker, Ace, World War I Ace, who won the winning medal of the Congress, bought $ 800,000 from the North American Airline and took over by implementing the Aircraft Modernization Program.
In the soon-to-start construction of large silver vessels, he quickly replaced the slow Curtiss Condor's bi-block with all of the metal on Douglas DC-2, one of which was the first to land at the New York airport in Washington in 1941. Leaving its publication outside the East Caribbean region, Ida-Viru County went to the wider salon of the New York-Miami sector in 1937, with the 21st passport DC-3.
Like many US airlines, whose growth was cut short by the need for it, the military requisition of military aircraft began its military service in eastern 1942, combining the three states of Florida, Pennsylvania and Texas, expanding its wings to Trinidad in the Caribbean, and eventually forming a Miami-based military for the transport department for which he acquired the Curtiss C-46 Commandosi.
The pioneer of the seed, a tri-city's ferry bus, lasted two years later, when the Civil Aviation Administration (CAB) handed over to him the New York-Boston route across America.  The technological advances of the 1950s, expressed in terms of payload, speed, comfort and safety, arose so quickly that it was already on the drawing board at the time of airplane production
Quaden The fishing vessel DC-4 soon completed its 39 double- Motor DC-3 and its network now includes Detroit, St. Louis & Puerto Rico San Juan.
The Lockheed L-649 Constellation, which was launched in 1947, gave the L-1049 Super Constellation, with its signature on the New York-Miami Route since December 17, 1951, with a higher power. Martin 4-0-4s replaced DC-3 and the first DC in the middle of the decade
The acquisition of Colonial Airlines gave it access to New York State, New England, Canada, Bermuda, and Mexico.
The Projet got a four-engine Lockheed L-188 Electra, which was unveiled on January 12, 1959, between New York and Miami, and only four years later, with Douglas DC-8, powered by pure four-engined engines, the Boeing was soon supplemented with a lower-speed cruiser 720
East was the first of the four largest US airlines to use 727-100 tri-jet Whisperliner, specifically the Philadelphia-Washington-Miami ride and twin-jet DC-9-10.
The famous airline of the New York-Boston-Washington Times was on April 30, 1961, with L-188 Electra, for which he recommended: "No need to book. Just" show and go. "All sections are equipped with aircrafts that provide seats for everyone. who are waiting for the scheduled time of departure. "
One-way working days prices were Boston's $ 69.00 and Washington $ 42.00, while weekend travel prices for adults were $ 55.00 and children at 37. 00. a. for children. .
The buses finally worked on DC-9-30, 727-200 and A-300 aircraft.
1960. At the end of the year, the shores of the East Coast were already demolished, expanded to Seattle and Los Angeles on the West Coast, Nassau and Freeport in the Bahamas, acquiring Mackey Airways and several Caribbean islands Buy Caribair.
Captain Eddie Rickenbacker dropped the tower over to another well-known space gurney. Colonel Frank Borman, who was twice a year in 1966 on Gemini VII and Apollo VIII two months later.
Istana entered Lockheed L-1011-1 in 1972 with the TriStar hull, which became the first US carrier to designate the European Airbus Industrie A-300 in 1978 when it commissioned 23 and was the launching customer for Boeing 757-200.
After the acquisition of Branch International Latin American lines in 1982 and the construction of the San Juan train, it became the world's second largest carrier of annual passengers after Aeroflot, based in New York, Charlotte, Atlanta, Miami and San Juan, and give their "Everyday Wings Every Day" a slogan.
Although it may have earned its wings, it did not necessarily earn a profit to support their lifting. The purchase of air pollution caused by enlargement and labor disputes demanded $ 615 million from Texas Air Holdings, which also belonged to Continental in 1986, and East received carcass feeds. Airplanes were sold. Employees were redundant. The assets went to Continental. And his image deteriorated rapidly, especially when it reduced costs for practically air travel.
Bankruptcy declaration in 1989 and decommissioning two years later, on January 19 there was a one-time deregulation of the "human wing" after six decades.