Thursday, February 12, 2009

The Digital Aircraft Factory to Support the Eastern Airlines Flight 401 Tribute Group

From left to right: Ron Infantino (Flt. 401 Passenger), Mercedes V. Ruiz (Flt. 401 Flight Attendant), Catherine Smallwood (Digital Aircraft Factory Chief Aviation Artist), Beverly Raposa (Flt. 401 Flight Attendant) and Jan (Minguzzi) Coviello (Flt. 401 Passenger)

Miami, Florida Saturday 7th February 2009: Through its parent company of the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG), the Digital Aircraft Factory (D.A.F) under the creative leadership of its Chief Aviation Artist, Ms. Catherine Smallwood will be working with the Eastern Airlines Flight 401 Tribute Group, the survivors of the December 29th 1972 fatal crash of an Eastern Airlines L-1011. The D.A.F shall be applying its experience, talent and effort to assist the Flight 401 Tribute Group in creating a fully detailed and highly accurate digital rendering of the Lockheed L-1011, ship No. 310 for their promotional, marketing and merchandising needs. With the combined effort and support of the 94th ACG and the D.A.F, the Flight 401 Tribute Group plans to move forward with the creation of their memorial display which is being considered to be created at Miami International Airport. For further information concering the Flight 401 Tribute Group check out

401 Tribute dedicated to those whoes lives were lost or touched by EAL Flight 401

The Digital Aircraft Factory Continued Support Toward the Historical Flight Foundation Makes Their EAL DC-7B N836D Fly Over Miami

Eastern Airlines DC-7B tail number N836D of the Historical Flight Foundation flying over Miami, Florida South Beach

Miami, Florida Friday February 6th 2009: Despite being but a few weeks away from its first post maintenance check flight, since restoration began three years ago, the Digital Aircraft Factory (D.A.F) was able to make N836D fly's over Miami, Florida South Beach. In our continued support toward the Historical Flight Foundation, Inc., the (HFF) DC-7B project, the D.A.F created this special rendering of N836D at altitude over South Beach as a sign of both our appreciation and believing in the effort and vision of Mr. Carlos Gomez, his colleagues and his world class aviation restoration team. The D.A.F is making these limited print available for public sale before and after the first flight with generous proceeds of sales going to assist the ongoing effort to maintain and support N836D. Call or contact the HHF now to reserve and order your copy.

With a donation of US$350.00 or higher to the Historical Flight Foundation, Inc. at a limited digital laser printed 16 x 20 canvas panel print shall be sent to the donating individual and / or party. Contact Mr. Roger Jarman, Secretary Historical Flight Foundation, Inc. at 305-883-2012