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QUIZZZZZZZZZZ!!!

TWA was the first U.S airline to offer flights across the Atlantic using twin-engine A/C (Boeing 767s), thus introducing ETOPS, or extended-range twin-engine OPS, from Boston to Paris.

Q.. What was the flight number ?

A. TW890 TW700 TW810

Q. When ?

A. Feb2/1984 Feb1/1985 Feb3/1986

Q. ETOPS rule ?

A. 60min - 120min - 180min

Q. Flt time btwn BOS-CDG ?

A. 6h20 - 6h25 - 6h32

Q. Cockpit crew ?

Q. Cabin crew ?

Have a good one !
:D :D :D marc

Admin reply: ANSWERS...
TWA810 N602TW FEB 01/1985 the 60 ùo,ites rime required ue of enroute alternates in Greeland and Nother Canada the 75min, 120min approved by FAA (now 180min) TWA was a pioneer in twin-engine jet operation over north-atlantic.

Flight Crew: Cap William Sonnemann, Cap Norman Fausett, Captain Walter Grayum.

FSM FSM Mike Vastine, Purser Bruce Miller, F/A Laura O'Dwver-Garceau, F/A Tammy Pierro, F/A Donna SHockley

Rgds marc


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After retiring in 1994, I reflected on my career.... the opening of Breech Academy in Oct/1969 and continuing on to KCI overhaul facility as an A&P Mechanic and then on to MCI Passenger Screening then to LAX Aircraft Maintenance and Supervisor of Hangar/Station and along the way, meeting many wonderful TWA employees. I was fortunate to meet many wonderful people system-wide. Their friendship impacted my life and made me look at the world in a different light! I am fortunate that my Father worked for TWA during the Prop Era where.as a child, I traveled as a non-rev. Now, my oldest son is a Captain for Southwest Airlines. He got the bug while traveling as a child on thru college as a non-rev on TWA and then on to a career in the military as a pilot flight instructor. Thank you TWA for your contribution to the many people of this great airline and their memories of a life well lived! A big thank you to American Airlines for including TWA into your family!

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I recvd my 50th year pin. Carl Barley is just the best. He has helped me with so many non rev q/s and the Club is lucky to have such a dedicated and loyal TWA/er. Up and UP and Away Thx Carl

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Hello to all you old retirees

Added: March 2, 2016
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RE correct answer to the anti-spam logical question changed! Bob Carter will be happy! :D :D :D Rgds TWA Seniors Club

Added: February 27, 2016
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Ahhhhhhh memories!!!

Of course too! NYC Times a few years, 10 years at the American Embassy in Paris (as teletype operator) and 23 years for TWA as Flight Dispatch Officer based at CDG :!itwasntme: :!itwasntme:


Added: February 26, 2016
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Loved working for TWA in STL. 32 years.20 of the 32
I worked Lost and Found :D


Added: February 25, 2016
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How do I obtain a password?

Admin reply: Hello Bill

TWA Seniors Club / Guesbook password is confidential. (If I can help you let me know).

Best rgds TWA Seniors Club


Added: February 23, 2016
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Oct 23 1983. Just 33 years ago retired from TWA after 37 years with once great airline. Gave 4years to this great country in WWll. Will be97

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Great new Pictoral TWA history..loved seeing it. Thanks

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