Old May 21, 03, 11:03 pm
Original Poster
Join Date: May 2003
Posts: 28

Historical question: Was TWA or PA the better airline and why? PA pioneered most of the int'l routes, was the impetus of the 707 and 747 and, especially in the 1960s, had a certain glamour and mystique about it. On the other hand, TWA was known as a "pilots airline" in that it developed a lot of safety and navigational devices making air travel shorter and safer. It also was the impetus, I believe, for the Connie. What do you think?
skytraveler is offline  
Old May 26, 03, 11:13 am
Join Date: Apr 2002
Location: MSP, HNL, HKG
Programs: AA 2MM LT PLT, DL PM, BA Silver, Bonvoy LT PLT
Posts: 668
In terms of glamour and mystique wasn't TWA known as the "Airline of the Stars"??
TWAforever is offline  
Old May 26, 03, 3:21 pm
Join Date: Aug 2000
Location: Stamford, CT - AA Lifetime Plat - 3MM and counting
Posts: 203

I know its a rainy, gloomy Memorial Day, but..... :-)
certils is offline  

Thread Tools
Search this Thread
Search Engine: