UNITED AIR CARRIERS, INC - CREW REUNION WEBSITE

UACI changed to
ONA then to
NATIONAL AIRLINES
from 1981 til Dec 1985

UACI DC-10 used
for Hadj
October 1978

UACI 747 in Saudi
colors crewed by
UACI June 1979
- Febr 1981

N902R DC-8-55F
OVERSEAS
NATIONAL
Gatwick 1982

Boeing747-243B
OVERSEAS NATIONAL
Gatwick 1983




CAIRO INT´L AIRPORT
EGYPT

KUWEIT INT´L AIRPORT


Jeddah Saudi crew
layover ship Galaxie

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WORLD TRAVEL MARKET
LONDON UK





I recently looked at the ONA web page 
and was shocked to read about the untimely 
death of Jack Gold, so sad- I had no idea, 
please convey my feelings to all concerned.

I am attaching a photo of me taken some years 
ago at the World Travel Market in London, 
which I visit every November.

We are busy as ever here in Aruba. A few 
years ago, we started a small inter-island 
airline called Tiara Air (Shorts 360) and 
that is working quite well, although I 
ceased working there as I needed to 
concentrate on the Ground Handling 
Business which is booming- about 35 
movements a day (KL, MP, US, DL, UA, 
CO, NK, FL, OR, DK, BY + many Latin 
American carriers. Both companies are 
under the same ownership. We also 
provide Ground Handling in Curacao. 

Also a shot of me being trained as 
an Airport Fire Fighter(…???...!!!)

Always a pleasure to hear about ONA- 
although so sad when reading about the 
dearly departed.

What a fantastic airline ONA was, just 
imagine if they had not decided to 
close down way back when.

Kind regards

Dimitri Pavlowitch

General Manager
General Air Services NV.,
Aruba International Airport
"Reina Beatrix"
Aruba
Dutch Caribbean

Mob (297) 730 7463
E mail 
d.pavlowitch@genairaruba.com




Hyatt Regency Hotel, Aruba Aruba is situated just off the northern
parts of the South American continent.



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DIMITRI PAVLOWITCH

The Tropical Flyer


I was with ONA from approx 1965 to 1978, 
starting in FRA, thereafter based in PMI 
and AGP, then back to FRA 
and now and then the Moroccan and Senegal
Hadj. And then sadly came the demise of ONA.

Malaga, Andalucia, Spain

Casablanca Mohammed V Airport Morocco´s busiest airport Mohammed V Airport
(CMN/GMMN)


Senegal West Africa
Senegal Airports Since then I have been with Intercontinental Airways in ILN, then for 15 years Senior VP with Rich International Airways in MIA (and all over the world). I am now working in AUA and living in MIA. I was until recently the CEO of Tiara Air, a small commuter based in AUA that I got certified and also the General Manager of General Air Services at AUA where we handle all the major scheduled carriers (KLM, DL, UA, CO, JetBlue, US etc ...) as well as nearly all the charter airlines. I often bump into ex ONA crew members. I was very saddened to read the ever so long list of dearly departed colleagues, unfortunately such is life. I usually spend about 2 months on the island then back to MIA for some well deserved rest. I usually visit England 2 or 3 times a year. When in England I see some ex ONA'ers.

Viviane van Hoesen RIP

Viviane Van Hoesen is no more with us. She was in charge of ATA Security and then worked for ICTS (Aviation Security) at LGW. I see Mike Morgan Rowe on and off. Very best regards and lots of love and the fondest and happiest of memories to one and all! Dimitri Pavlowitch





SAUDI ONLINE

ARAB NEWS
AL AHRAM EGYPT

HOTEL CONRAD, CAIRO EGYPT

GENERAL AIR SERVICES ARUBA


ABU DHABI PR


ARUBA FIRE FIGHTING




UACI 747 - Saudi


ARAB NEWS
AL AHRAM EGYPT

JEDDAH HILTON
SAUDI ARABIA


Jeddah is the gateway 
to the holy cities of 
Makkah and Madinah. 
Although Riyadh is the 
capital of the Kingdom 
of Saudi Arabia, Jeddah 
is known as its commercial 
capital. Since Jeddah is 
situated at the Red Sea 
coast, it is also known 
as Bride of Red Sea. 


Jeddah, The Bride of the Red Sea

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