USAir767
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TWA MD-80

Tue Feb 29, 2000 3:42 am

I just want to say that if I ever become a pilot wich I hope really bad I want to fly a TWA MD-80.
 
trnswrld
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RE: TWA MD-80

Tue Feb 29, 2000 5:09 am

Sounds good to me, but why only a TWA MD-80? I will admit they are probably one of the best looking airliners in the sky specially in the TWA paint. I am a second year student at Embry-Riddle and am hoping to be with TWA in the future. You guys say what you want about TWA's future and how you think they are gonna go down real soon, but you guys have no idea. They have some of the best, most highly trained employees in the business and a very refined fleet to fly. Only time will tell.
Becoming an airline pilot requires a LOT of work and many many years. Best of luck to all of you 
 
USAir767
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TrnsWrld

Tue Feb 29, 2000 7:20 am

I agree strongly The MD-80 looks best in TWA color and nope TWA is not going down and to you TrnsWrld see you a TWA. I chose the MD-80 because I like that plane greatly.
 
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RE: TWA MD-80

Tue Feb 29, 2000 10:29 am

I thank both of you for your vote of confidence.I can assure you that flying MD80s for TWA is great.

Good Luck Guys, MD80DRVR
 
TWA717_200
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RE: TWA MD-80

Tue Feb 29, 2000 1:57 pm

I've said this a million times. I visited the flight deck of a TWA MD-83 (brand new) and have been a fan of the plane ever since then. Was a fan of TWA long before.

It's a great dream. Pursue it.