Trans World Connection

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Trans World Connection was an affiliated brand name with Trans World Airlines (TWA). Other regional and commuter airlines operated code sharing service for TWA as Trans World Express.

The brand ended in December 2001, when American Airlines acquired TWA.

The brand name was used for American Eagle Airlines service from Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles, California and John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City, New York.

Ending in 2000, Gulfstream International Airlines operated flights under the Trans World Connection name.[1]

Destinations

Destinations at closure

All were operated by AmericanConnection.[2][3]

Canada
United States

Destinations before closure

All routes below were operated by Gulfstream.[1]

United States territories
Netherlands Antilles
Saint Kitts and Nevis
British Virgin Islands


Also see: Trans World Express

References

  1. ^ a b Caribbean in 2000," Trans World Airlines
  2. ^ "TWConnection West Coast Routes," Trans World Airlines
  3. ^ "TWConnection East Coast Routes Archived 2009-02-27 at the Wayback Machine.," Trans World Airlines
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