|Quoting STLGph (Reply 2):|
I'm in STL and TWA and Ozark currently speaks for itself. Not sure were Pan Am and Eastern were...probably somewhere along in the A concourse...yes...no....STL-ers? And btw, when ATA had its flights coming and going out of here...what gates were they using? Were they down in the East Terminal, or the gates at the very end of D?
|Quoting Zrs70 (Thread starter):|
TWA: C (current UA gates)
|Quoting DeltAirlines (Reply 12):|
I always remember TW in the current CO gates, by where the current President's Club is...in that seperate little secure area where all there was (at least when I took DL Connection a few years back) a Hudson News and a Dunkins (then again, that's all I really need for airport concessions).
|Quoting Himmat01 (Reply 18):|
Defunct Airlines which were based at my home airport BOM:-
East West Airlines
|Quoting Eastern023 (Reply 21):|
DCA and IAD?. Pan am and Eastern?
|Quoting DesertAir (Reply 9):|
Stockton, California was served by a number of defunct airlines. Here are the ones I can remember:
|Quoting Gr8Circle (Reply 22):|
Do you remember the old Pushpak Aviation, back in the 1980's, which flew to Sharjah....? I think they too, were based in BOM...I think they used to fly Caravelle's, but lasted for just a few years before closing down....those were the days of extremely regulated and monopolistic aviation in India...
|Quoting PanAm747 (Reply 3):|
Except for PSA. Now the commuter terminal (American Eagle and United Express), the giant picture of Charles Lindbergh is quite a dramatic sight!!
PSA - San Diego's Hometown Airline. Always missed.
|Quoting NWADC9 (Reply 31):|
New terminal only:
Hooters Air: D
Independence Air: C
Any US Airways Express affiliate that went bust: E
If you consider America West before the merger defunt: C (now A)
Trans World: C
Photo © Resocha
Photo © Christian Ettelt
|Quoting Jamake1 (Reply 15):|
When I was going into the sixth grade, we moved across the bay to Concord, CA. There, I remember Westair operating Cessna 402's between CCR and SFO. Their ticket counter was inside the Sheraton Hotel at Buchanan Field Airport. When Westair ended Concord service, the second incarnation of SFO Helicopter operated flights between SFO and CCR. In 1984, Westair restarted operations to CCR with deHavilland Twin Otters. During the summer of 1984, we flew from CCR to SFO on a Westair Twin Otter to connect to United to fly back to Boston. The service ended a short time later as the fog at SFO made the CCR-SFO operation unprofitable for Westair.
Then, in 1985, PSA applied for CCR-LAX service (it had to be approved by the county board of supervisors). My brother and I went out to Buchanan Field Airport and got to ride in a PSA BAe-146 that was flown in to conduct noise abatement tests. The flight circled Mt. Diablo and lasted for over 30 minutes, and it was FREE! When PSA's application was finally approved in the Spring of 1986, my brother and I bought tickets on PSA's inaugural flight from CCR-LAX-SAN. PSA's first flight started on May 1, 1986 and I started my airline career exactly one year later, on May 1, 1987 as a ramp agent in CCR. Those were the days; 85-passenger BAe-146's flying into CCR 4 times daily from LAX...