C. L. Chandler and Its Influence On The Operations of the Air Traffic 1927-198 9 Control System, and Jet Winds. Chandler was a member of the American Meteor- C. L. Chandler, "Chan," Manager of Delta Air Lines' ological Society, Meteorological Committee of the Meteorology Center since 1959, died 9 August 1989 Air Transport Association of America, the Aircraft after suffering a heart attack 28 July. Owners Pilot Association, and The Atlanta Flying Chandler was born 30 June 1927 in Lafayette, Rebels Club. He is survivied by his former wife Col- Georgia. He was educated in the Georgia Public lete, two daughters, Carol Wood and Celeste Chand- School System and later attended the Spartan School ler, a granddaughter, and four brothers. of Aeronautics in Tulsa, Oklahoma where he gradu- Chandler was a true pioneer. He was actively in- ated in 1950 with a specialization in aviation mete- volved with the impact of weather on commercial jet orology and forecasting. transports from the very beginning of the first com- From 1946 to 1951, Chandler worked as an avia- mercial jet flights. He will be missed by many of his tion meteorologist in Memphis, Tennessee, for Chi- colleagues and friends throughout the
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jan 1, 1990
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