Trans World Airlines

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Trans World Airlines
IATA ICAO Callsign
FoundedJuly 16, 1930 (as Transcontinental & Western Air)
Ceased operationsDecember 1, 2001 (acquired by American Airlines)
Frequent-flyer programAviators
SubsidiariesTrans World Express
Parent companyTrans World Corporation

Trans World Airlines (TWA) was one of the largest airlines of the United States.[1] It stopped flying after it was bought by American Airlines in 2001, after many financial problems.[2]

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  1. "History of Trans World Airlines (TWA)".
  2. "TWA to be bought by American - Jan. 10, 2001".

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