TWA


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TWATrans World Airlines
TWATraveling Wave Amplifier
TWATranscontinental and Western Airlines
TWATwo Way Alternate
TWATexas Wrestling Alliance
TWATeeny Weeny Afro (hair style)
TWATrouble Went Away
TWATrailing Wire Antenna
TWATransaction Work Area (CICS)
TWATotal Weighted Average (permissible exposure limit; Occupational Safety and Health Administration)
TWATexas Wrestling Association
TWATwo-Way Alternating
TWATransfer Writing Assessment (test)
TWAThink Before Reading; Think While Reading; Think After Reading
TWATeen Wrestling Association
TWAThin-Wire Antenna
TWATransborder Wildlife Association
TWATail Wire Antenna
TWAThree Word Acronym
TWATime-Weighted Authority
TWATigrai Women's Association
TWAToday Was Awful
TWATurbocharger Wastegate Actuator
TWATravelling Wave Analysis
TWATaxi Workers Alliance
TWATemporary Work Assignment
TWATime Weighted Average
TWAT-Wave Alternans (marker of cardiac electrical instability)
TWATexas Wildlife Association
TWATotal Water Available
TWAThird Wave Advertising
TWATappers with Attitude
TWAThe Wine Advocate (consumer advice publication)
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The airlines today introduced American's "More Room Throughout Coach" seating arrangement to the TWA fleet and announced that "More Room Throughout Coach" will be available on almost all TWA aircraft by September.
I know two or three people who told me that they are taking TWA after Flight 800 because they feel that will be safer,'' Keal said.
The pace of change is accelerating as we begin offering American's on- board amenities to TWA customers.
At the Forest Lawn service, a TWA employee, speaking on condition on anonymity, said the criticism was unfair and the company was doing all it could to accommodate family members.
TWA flies approximately two million passengers per month to more than 100 destinations (including seasonal service) in North America, the Caribbean, Europe and the Middle East.
Carty from ALPA, copies of which were also sent to TWA President and CEO William Compton, Missouri Sens.
More and more leading companies like TWA are coming to rely on the accountability and marketing insights available through online marketing," said Brian McAndrews, Avenue A president and CEO.
This is also reflected in the increasing sale of these contracts, which reached a record 266,645 in 1999," said Sharon Harrison, president of TWA.
Paying tribute to the "dedication, professionalism and pride" of TWA employees throughout the airline's 75-year history, Compton told the Senate Commerce Committee that the acquisition of TWA's assets by American -- including its jets, routes, airport gates and maintenance facilities -- would preserve the jobs of TWA employees and would protect the retirement and medical benefits of retirees and their dependents.
She held up her ticket for the doomed flight and said she'd be on another TWA plane to Paris on Thursday night.
When American Airlines acquired TWA in 2001, TWA was the eighth biggest airline in the world and it was undergoing bankruptcy.
Information about TWA and a case example are provided to assist counselors in understanding how TWA can be applied to retirement career counseling.