I just heard from some of the wonderful people at http://museair.com/. Right now this is my favorite website on the internet. If you are interested in Muse Air, or aviation history just wait until you see all this:
Saturday, August 4, 2007
Monday, July 30, 2007
Once upon on a time I had the privilege of sharing a dream with some of the most wonderful and talented people in aviation. We were going to create the finest service in the air, at the lowest fare available.
One of Lamar's many talents was his ability to create a stellar corporate culture. The truly remarkable aspect of Muse Air was the incredible collection of people who came together to share a common goal and dream.
We shared joy and celebration, and we shared tears and "hold your breath" times. It was a wild and wonderful, "better than a roller coaster" time. I would do it all over again in a second, even knowing the outcome.
I have hundreds of photos of this time period, but twenty years later a few of the names I thought I would never forget are beginning to escape me. I need help. I would be grateful for any stories or identification.
To date I have scanned around 600 images and still have a lot more to scan and clean up. It is amazing to me how slides in plastic boxes stored in bigger boxes can get dust specks. The print film is already starting to deteriorate. This project is turning out to be a tedious labor of love.
Muse Air and TranStar were and are worth remembering. I sure would appreciate your help.