To leave a guestbook message to the families of Continental Flight 3407, please click the link to the right
Wednesday, 06 November 2013 11:59 | Charleston, SC
Thank you for all you have done to improve the safety of air travel. Yesterday's announcement by the FAA would have never happened without your efforts. You worked for others though you lost so much. Your sacrifices are appreciated by the citizens of this grateful nation.
Thursday, 19 September 2013 16:29 | Simpsoville, SC
We meet Scott we meet on the trip home from BWI. I am truly impressed with what has good you have been able to make from this event.
Monday, 12 August 2013 10:46
For memorial video:
2. type in, "Sean Lang, Crash 3407"
3. Click first link
Monday, 12 August 2013 10:28
It's hard to believe that 4 years and 6 months ago I was standing in the Buffalo airport waiting to pick up the love of my life. Hours went by while I heard of all the delays with flight 3407. As I stood waiting for him, I started to cry... there was a feeling inside me and I knew something was wrong. Shortly after, the news was broken to me by the staff in the airport. I was brought to a room filled with people crying. I knew I couldn't be there any longer so I ran to my roommate waiting in the car. Imaginably so, the night was not a good one.
Sean Lang was only 20 years old when he died. He was a Penn State student who loved to support the Phillies and the Eagles. His smile was infectious and he easily made friends wherever he went.
I made a video for him after his death, I think it sums up how wonderful our time together was..
I miss him everyday and it is unfair living a life without you in.
I hope the rest of the people affected by this are hanging in there, I understand your struggles and feel your pain. Don't allow the memory of these *** people be forgotten.
R.I.P Sean, I will always love you.
Eugene Tree Hairston
Thursday, 08 August 2013 06:11 | Cleawater Fl
I am toouched by the testimonials, as a veteran I applaud the bavery and actions of the surviving family
I got Your "6"
Sunday, 07 July 2013 22:50 | NJ
God bless their souls
Wednesday, 13 March 2013 03:25 | Audtralia
God bless the victims and the family of flight 3407. Condolence
Wednesday, 13 February 2013 12:28 | San Ramon Ca
Linda & Ron
Four years sense you’ve been gone
We yearn for your touch
But it’s gone
Our love for you carries on
We miss you so much
Can’t wait to see you in heaven
Aunt Linda and Uncle Ron
Tuesday, 12 February 2013 14:55 | Ontario Canada
We will always miss you Don McDonald. There's a part of you in everyone who knew you. Rest In Peace my friend.
Sunday, 03 February 2013 01:14 | Buffalo
On Feb. 12, 2009, Flight 3407 crashed near my house. I wrote the song "3407" about the crash and you can download it on iTunes or amazon under "Mark Weber 3407" or "Mark Weber Days Like These."
MIHAI SORIN DOROBANTU
Wednesday, 26 December 2012 11:35 | SÃO CARLOS, SP, BRAZIL
What a tragedy! Please receive my condoleancies. I just assist a history of fly 3407 on the History Channel. All of companies are irresponsables... This year, for example, i was flying with a plane of TAM Brasil, the chief-pilot left a apprentice make a atterissage and almost kill 146 passengers. That must stop.
Monday, 15 October 2012 23:34 | Orange County, California
I have photos of my aunt and uncle, Ron and Linda Davidson when they were here in California visiting. They perished on this flight, going back home to Westfield, NY. I look at their pictures everyday and it feels like they're still here, with us. I can hear their voices, their laugh and our last conversations. Many years of memories. Our loved ones will always live on through us. We live for us and we must also live for them.
Tuesday, 11 September 2012 22:15 | Apple Valley, MN
Every year - on 9/11 - I think of you, Karen... and your beloved sister, Beverly and brother-in-law. Thank you for all of the tremendous amount of work your family has done for aviation safety. I, for one, so appreciate it and please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Tuesday, 21 August 2012 22:08 | Niagara Falls, ON
I am watching the Frontline story again. It reminds me of how lucky I am and how screwed up the airline industry is. I had taken 3407 many times before but luckily, for me, not on this tragic day. As a Niagara Falls, Ontario resident I prefer Buffalo over Toronto for my airport of choice. I switched to Continental for flying from North America to Hong Kong several years ago. As a result this flight was a standard flight home for me. I blame Continental and the other major airlines for burying their head in the sand (while knowing full well the truth) on regional carriers and the lack of funds required to run a partner airline above board. 3407 used to be a joy for me. It was the last hour of a 24 hour travel day home for me. And I always seemed to be on the flight with a fantastic, charismatic, funny and slightly sarcastic (a quality that I love) stewardess. I never see her anymore and I hope that her light was not cut short that day. My heartfelt sympathies to all of you who lost loved ones that tragic day. Shameful practices throughout the entire airline industry.
Friday, 01 June 2012 17:40
I wrote and recorded the song "3407." If you'd like to hear it email me mark (at) buffalocrooner.com
Wednesday, 11 April 2012 15:32 | Colorado
I thank you for all the great work you are doing in memory of your loved ones. You have made a difference in this industry. My employer, a Part 135 air charter company, has for many years required our First Officer applicants to have an ATP certificate, 2,000 hours total flight time, and 500 hours multi-engine pilot-in-command -- and that's just to get an interview. Meanwhile, my former Major Airline is trying to use bankruptcy to outsource even more flying to the lowest bidder, and supporting A4A in trying to dilute the final FAA rules. Don't give up the fight! You are a powerful voice for what is right!
Tuesday, 10 April 2012 19:55 | Toronto, Ontario
Thank you for putting this site together :)
Dan from todaystoronto.com
Saturday, 10 March 2012 14:34 | D.R.
I just saw the documental on TV, God, how sad i feel, how abuse of companies can lead to such similar situations, all of them (the companies, in this case airlines) blame the economy, but there is always something else to do BEFORE accidents like this happen. (everybody can drive a car in a plain straight street, but what we need is who can drive it through the corners)
(student pilot, i'll be pilot, not for the salary,but by vocation and devotion, but the most important reason for me; to avoid this, but companies don't cooperate)
Monday, 05 March 2012 03:32 | England
Of course if you really are going to be departing as planned you've got no problems.
Monday, 13 February 2012 15:41 | london,uk
I'm sorry, i am thinking of you all, other that that there are no other words to say.