That's sad that there is nothing to mark the end of this era at CDG. Paris was TWA's first transatlantic destination, starting February 6, 1946. When TWA was flown by celebrities in the 1950s and 1960s this was a very popular route, I recall seeing a flim reel from the early 50s with Grace Kelly boarding a Lockheed Constellation for a trip to Paris. I know at Lisbon earlier this year they commemorated TWA's last flight, since they had been flying there since 1946 as well. I think that Athens, Cairo, Lisbon, Madrid, Paris, Rome and Tel Aviv were the most significant transatlantic routes because they all started in 1946 and lasted until relatively recently. Frankfurt, London, Milan and Zurich were also pretty important because they started in 1950 (Zurich in 1949), and lasted for much of TWA's history. As for the Scandinavian routes, Amsterdam, Brussels, Istanbul, Munich and several other TWA transatlantic routes that started in the 1980s, they were relatively shortlived.