TWA's 757-200s have those LCD
screens that come down from
the PSU, I have never seen any 757s with these screens on any
U.S. major. I like the TW
's 757 because it has these screens and
because the main cabin is split into two sections, which makes it
MUCH better to work for the cabin crew. This is because they have
aft door exits, instead of window exits in the forward part of the
cabin like AA
's 757 does. And since we are on the topic, it is quite
funny how AA
painted these planes and look like they just painted
over them, because it looks like their peeling.
had some very cool routes. They had 747s coming into SJU
the time, and packed. But by the end they just had 757 and a 767.
also had flight number one which left STL
, and would circle the
globe, ending up back in STL
. It would make a stop everywhere you
can think of, I am sure someone here knows where it did make stops.
In the end they also had a LAX
flight which was on a 757, and
I know it was a pretty long flight for a 757, around six and a half hours
going, and eight coming back. As far as the last cities it served, they
in Europe. And, a bunch of Caribbean islands,
Hawaii,Alaska and Canada.
Well, maybe one day I can fly the former TW
757 in the new interior.
And maybe one day AA
will pick up on some of the former TW
European routes, like LIS
. That would be very cool, but...I can