I.A.A.H. is an organization of Amateur Radio operators who share a
common interest, who have been at one time or another associated with an airline
company or other supporting organization.
***Latest Update: 1
Messages : WELCOME to our newest member - Gregory Ramallo,
N6JDM. He is a pilot with SWA and based at PHX.
See some of the posts by IAAH members received on
the AirlineHams Yahoo group. Join the group using the link below.
meets Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday on the 20 meter frequency of 14.280
MHz from 1400 to 1700 U.T.C. during Daylight Savings Time and 1500 to 1800
during Standard Time (always 1000 E.T.) There is an Early Bird rag chew
session that begins one hour prior to the net.
The IAAH Newsletter is in transition to a Web
/ Email based product. At the present time we do not have an editor for a
printed edition so your stories, autobiographies and
photos can now be included on the IAAH web site. If you would like to contribute to the collection, either
" mail(at) airlinehams.net" (or snail mail them to me on the address shown in the
With sunspots lacking, HF conditions have
been challenging lately, we're always looking for alternate means to communicate
for the IAAH group. If you haven't already done so, join the "AirlineHams
Yahoo Group. Here's how:
Also.. Try Echolink as an addition to the HF net. We
need stations who can host a conference as well as liaison between HF and
Echolink so we can include more who would like to join in. Go to
www.echolink.org to get your software, and
share your thoughts with us on the AirlineHams Group message board on making
this an effective tool.
material on this web site is for the members of the IAAH and others
seeking information about the organization. Your input and suggestions are
welcome and encouraged. Please send your comments to