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TWA_717_N416TW_MIA_0103B_JP_small2UPLOADED.jpgFormer TWA 717 being prepped for new service with Qantaslink
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TWA_767-300_N635TW_JFK_0599MAIN_JP_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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TWA_747-100_JFK_0197B_JP__BWMAIN_small1.jpgTWA JFK ops as seen from JFK Tower's control cab, January 1997

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TWA_MD80_EI-BWD_JFK_0595_JP_small1.jpgFinal approach runway 22L at JFK over Rockaway Boulevard

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TWA_767-300_N638TW_JFK_0600_JP_MAIN_small2.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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TWA_727-200_N64347_JFK_0397_JP_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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TURKISH_A310_TC-JDC_JFK_0491_jP_small.jpgEktachrome 100 slide
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TWA_L1011_JFK_0196_JP_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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TWA_757-200_N703TW_JFK_0297_JP_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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TWA_757-200_N715TW_LAX_0299_JP_small.jpgTWA 757 about to land on runway 25L as an American Eagle Saab 340 is seen behind it, preparing to land on runway 25R on this hazy day in LAX

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LUFTHANSA_A340-200_D-AIGA_JFK_0398_JP_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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TWA_727-200_N54350_JFK_1095_JP_MAIN_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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TWA_757-200_SJU_1297_JP_small.jpgWhat a place this was! You were able to stay up there all day long and take photos. There was a snack bar type restaurant up there- it was just great. Eventually they put up a taller fence (the one you see in this pic) making taxi-by shots difficult (but still good for landing shots), and then the place went out of business and don't know what's there now

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MIDWAY_F100_N106ML_LGA_1096_JP_small.jpgKodachrome 64 slide
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AMERICAN_MD80_N9615W_EWR_1002_JP_small.jpgPhotographed a short time after the takeover of TWA, this American MD80 carries the small TWA decal just behind the passenger door
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KUWAIT_747-200_9K-ADD_JFK_0197_JP_TAKE1_JP_small.jpgPhotographed from JFK tower on a freezing January night. I am facing to the North and visible is VASP MD11, Kuwait 747-200 and various TWA aircraft at the old TWA Terminal 5. Kodachrome slide
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AIRTRAN_717_N422TW_MIA_0103_JP_small.jpgThis Airtran 717 was recently painted, but the previous owner's identity is still reflected in the registration; TWA
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TWA_B717_N416TW_MIA_0103_JP.jpgMany of the former TWA B717's such as this one went on to Qantas Link down in Australia
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JETBLUE_CONSTRUCTION_JFK_0106_JP.jpgMy JFK friends, especially those who work for Jetblue and worked for TWA will find this photo quite interesting. Photographed from JFK tower's cab in January 2006, work is well underway to transform the old TWA terminal 5 complex to Jetblue's ultramodern new terminal 5
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aamd80N961TW1203lga.jpgThis former TWA MD80 departs LaGuardia's rwy 31 with Rikers Island Jail in the background
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aamd80LAS1208.jpgUnfortunately I could not read the registration, it is too faint
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aamd880N961TWlga1203.jpgN961TW is a former TWA machine
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aa752_n716tw_fll_1_03.jpgN716TW is shown here in American Airlines livery after American's takeover of TWA. These days (2009) N716TW flies in Delta's colors with same registration and added winglets.
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twan93119feb01.jpgI share this photo with a heavy heart. N93119 operated TWA flight 800, seen here on a cold February morning (registration not visible but a/c identification number 17119 seen above nosewheel door). This particular loss has always been the most painful for me, as I'm sure many of my friends at JFK and TWA would concur. May the victims of Flight 800 rest in peace...
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n53116dec94.jpgIt's hard to tell until you see the large photo. I watched this TWA 747 land 31R, turned left taxiway Victor and all of a sudden it tipped on its left side. At first I had to take another look because I could not believe what just happened! Apparently the left main gear collapsed. Better on taxiway off the runway than when making contact on landing that's for sure!
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twa747n133tw0994.jpgI know 3 good guys, ex-TWA, who will appreciate this photo as much as I do, Marc Hookerman, Jon Proctor and Ed Price. Long live TWA!
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aa752_n713tw_fll_1_03.jpgI would venture to say that only hard core airliner enthusiasts know that this is a TWA 757 in American Airlines colors. After American bought out TWA, the 757's were retained due to their ETOPS capability. Eventually the TWA 757s that went to American went on to serve with Delta which flies them with the addition of winglets. It's a bit hard to tell with the size of this photo but if you look at the A in American, just below it to the left is a TWA sticker.
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aa757n721twlas0207.jpgN721TW is an ETOPS airplane which began its life with TWA, then went on to fly with American as seen here, and now it's flying with Delta which recently added winglets
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n93107mar97.jpgThis one goes out to my good friend Jon Proctor who gave TWA over 30 years of fine service in addition to all the other folks that served this wonderful airline! Long live TWA!

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