Focus on: Shea Oakley - The Commercial Aviation Historical Consultancy

Involved in an enterprise touching on commercial aviation in the past and want assistance in avoiding the detail errors common in this genre? Or do you need general media commentary on airline history?   

Shea Oakley
has been a commercial aviation enthusiast from childhood. He first joined the World Airline Historical Society (WAHS) in 1983 at age 15 and in 1987 was co-founder of the Tri-State Airline Historical Society.

The following year Shea began the first airline collectables show held in the New York area, “Airliners Northeast,” at Newark Airport.

In 1990 he earned a degree in Aviation Management from the Florida Institute of Technology. Shea has written feature articles on U.S. airline history for Airliners Magazine and is Managing Editor for the Captain’s Log, the quarterly journal of the WAHS.
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He joined the staff of the Aviation Hall of Fame and Museum of NJ in 2001 and from 2006-2018 was the museum’s Executive Director. His latest project is The Commercial Aviation History Consultancy, devoted to commentary, fact-checking and research for commercial aviation projects in every form of media.    

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