Ok all, I just got this idea. I don't know how many of you might be interested in this. But since we know the late TWA fought to keep its hub together at Kennedy, why don't some of us New York airliner fans make a day and go to that terminal for like the last time to get a last great TWA experience. TWA was never a personal favorite of mine, it was just an airline that was in the 'scene', if you know what I mean, like I never really payed any attention to them. This news shocked me when I first heard it though. I do know though, TWA has been around for a VERY long long time. Since the superconnie, they were like one of the surviving originals I think. They had the beautiful TriStars and all. The changed their image, and this was all thru fighting the problems they had. They operated the awesome MD-80 series of jets, and was carrying on the legacy with the great next generation type 717. I won't lie, they were a great airline, and I give them a lot of respect, and my condolences & sypathy go out to those die hard TWA fans out there, all over. I would never like to see this happen to my three faves, Delta, Continental & jetBlue, it'd devastate me. I am a die hard airline fan, I mean, when I say I love an airline, I absolutely love it, and stand by it thru thick & thin and all the bullshit it might go thru. And I KNOW you TWA fans stuck out there and hung on with them thru it all. But I know for sure, for one thing, I'll definitely remember TWA always. For me, this is the first loss of a major international U.S. airline. So what do some of you think, why don't we go out there one last time, and see as much as we can see, and say our final real goodbyes to the late, great TWA. Right now, this is just an idea, I'd like to know if anyone else is interested, if not, in any event, I'll personally go myself.
Bring back McDonnell Douglas & T W A!!