TWA - Trans World Airlines Boeing 747-100 from the early 1980s. Divided into three cabins, this workhorse of TWA’s international operations seated 21 passengers in First Class, 52 in Ambassador Class (Business) and 359 in coach.

TWA - Trans World Airlines Boeing 747-100 from the early 1980s. Divided into three cabins, this workhorse of TWA’s international operations seated 21 passengers in First Class, 52 in Ambassador Class (Business) and 359 in coach.

Trans World Airline Terminal 5 Kennedy Airport | Eero Saarinen | photo by Balthazar Korab

Trans World Airline Terminal 5 Kennedy Airport | Eero Saarinen | photo by Balthazar Korab

Trans World Airlines Flight Center, Terminal 5, John F. Kennedy International Airport, Queens, New York, United States of America - Eero Saarinen (1962) © Max Touhey

Trans World Airlines Flight Center, Terminal 5, John F. Kennedy International Airport, Queens, New York, United States of America - Eero Saarinen (1962) © Max Touhey

Convair 880 TWA First Class cabin. In service, the area behind the dividers was actually a 2-3 economy section, but for some reason this aircraft is configured 2-2 all the way through. This is a pre-service publicity shot taken in LA or San Diego.

Convair 880 TWA First Class cabin. In service, the area behind the dividers was actually a 2-3 economy section, but for some reason this aircraft is configured 2-2 all the way through. This is a pre-service publicity shot taken in LA or San Diego.

Thanks For Flying TWA! Jet Bridge Sign - Trans World Airlines

Thanks For Flying TWA! Jet Bridge Sign - Trans World Airlines

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