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More: Trans World Airlines - TWA
More: Boeing 747-131
More: London - Heathrow (LHR / EGLL)
More: UK - England, July 31, 1977
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N93119 (cn 20083/153) Wearing short-lived white titles with red outline. This ill-fated 747 was destroyed off New York coastline on July 17, 1996. Sadly, none of the 230 people on board flight TWA800 survived.
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