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TWA Trans World Airline. U.S.A. Europe Africa Asia Air Routes

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Two pictorial maps on one sheet. One side shows route map of the United States. Legend on map shows TWA routes, connecting airlines and international routes, with pictographs representing monuments, Native American settlements, industry, parks, rivers, etc. On verso world map shows route to North Africa and Europe, east through India. Legend on map shows TWA routes, connecting airlines, certificated routes, and distances, with pictographs representing different cultures, and images of two propeller planes. Includes inset of the world with TWA international routes marked.Some crease or little hole along the original folds.
Trans World Airlines (TWA) was a major American airline which operated from 1930 until 2001. It was formed as Transcontinental & Western Air to operate a route from New York City to Los Angeles via St. Louis, Kansas City, and other stops, with Ford Trimotors. With American, United, and Eastern, it was one of the “Big Four” domestic airlines in the United States formed by the Spoils Conference of 1930.


Two pictorial maps on one sheet. One side shows route map of the United States. Legend on map shows TWA routes, connecting airlines and international routes, with pictographs representing monuments, Native American settlements, industry, parks, rivers, etc. On verso world map shows route to North Africa and Europe, east through India. Legend on map shows TWA routes, connecting airlines, certificated routes, and distances, with pictographs representing different cultures, and images of two propeller planes. Includes inset of the world with TWA international routes marked.Some crease or little hole along the original folds.
Trans World Airlines (TWA) was a major American airline which operated from 1930 until 2001. It was formed as Transcontinental & Western Air to operate a route from New York City to Los Angeles via St. Louis, Kansas City, and other stops, with Ford Trimotors. With American, United, and Eastern, it was one of the “Big Four” domestic airlines in the United States formed by the Spoils Conference of 1930.