Comments: Regret to inform that twa'er Phil Konzevich,manager crew schedule for many years past away on July 12 after a battle with kidney disease. He started in NY in the early 60,s. Spent time in MCI,STL and Dallas. We have stayed in touch for many year's and I will miss him.
Added: September 23, 2016
Submitted by Name: Ralph J. Tarka From: ORD/STL
Comments: Damn best Airline in the WORLD!! Sold out by back stabbing,self serving corporate pirates who did things for their own profit with no care about the company.
Comments: stir sI have discovered several packs of TWA propeller stir sticks. They are indeed shaped like props and read 1926-1976. If anyone would like some of these, let me know and I will be happy to send you some. After all, they are now 40 years old, but they will still stir a cocktail.
Comments: May 6, 1955 to July 1,1997---42 years including 8 years in Sales 1975/1983. Met and worked with a lot of good people along the way. Celebrated the 41st anniversary of my 39th birthday May 30 (80). As the man said, if I had known I was going to live this long ,I would have taken better care of myself.
Added: August 16, 2016
Submitted by Name: Bill Gully From: Was 605 Third Ave, Now living Sandy, Utah E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Comments: Thanks Marc for giving us a brief window to respond to fellow TWA'ers.
Comments: I loved TWA and the friends I worked with who are now my family. TWA was an exceptional airline among airline companies because of the professional and devotion of its employees. I took an early-out with the promise of lifetime passes which AA cancelled, even though it was promised and would have covered only 1,500 early out employees worldwide.