TWA CLIPPED WINGS, INTERNATIONAL, INC. 475 Navajo Lane West

Lake Quivira, KS  66217-8693

 

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Links to our Affiliations & Friends

 

  1. FIHCA    Federation Internationale des Hôtesses et Convoyeuses de l'Air  Paris, France is a Paris-based organization of active and inactive flight attendants from various airlines around the world.

    1. Previous trips: Helsinki and Estonia in 2002; Budapest in 2003; Brussels in 2004; Seville in 2005; Toulouse, France in 2006; Poland in 2007; Greece in 2008; Dresden, Germany in 2010; Washington DC in 2011; Debrovnik, Croatia in 2012; St. Petersburg, Russia in 2013; Florence, Italy in 2014; Malta in 2015 and Lisbon in 2016.

    2. 2017's convention will be held in Palermo, Sicily.

  2. The TWA Museum houses a large collection of TWA hostess uniforms and memorabilia, and is dedicated to preserving the legacy of Trans World Airlines' leadership in commercial aviation.

    1. Check this link to their upcoming Museum Guides Blog that will feature the role of flight attendants in the history of TWA 

    2. If you have access to Facebook, be sure to check out the photos just uploaded from their archives.  TWA Museum at 10 Richards Road

  3. The National Airline History Museum includes TWA Constellation, Martin 404, DC-3, L-1011, as well as three museum rooms with photos and all types of artifacts from commercial aviation history.

  4. The TWA DCS Alumni Association is a unique group of former TWA employees.  Directors of Customer Service was a select group of TWA management employees initially assigned to the wide body fleets, 747 – L-1011 and later expanded to segments on narrow body aircraft. Their duties included overseeing the quality of InFlight service, assisting with ticketing and general PR work. The DCS program existed from 1970 to 1976.

  5. The TWA Seniors Club is composed of retired employees of TWA and others.

  6. Operation Liftoff provides air transportation for children with a life threatening illness for a treatment trip.  Proceeds from the sale of airline logo merchandise and gifts go directly to the Operation Liftoff Foundation.

  7. The State Historical Society of Missouri maintains an on-line, searchable collection of TWA Skyliner Magazines from 1929 to 2002.

  8. TWA Check Airmen.   A group of dedicated pilots who served as a Check Airman or Instructor for TWA, in any capacity (Line, Simulator, CA, FO,or FE)