Crossword clues for twa
- Old air letters
- Bygone Eastern rival
- Bygone airline
- Howard Hughes's airline
- Eero Saarinen's ___ Terminal at J.F.K.
- Pan Am competitor
- Its slogan used to be "One mission. Yours."
- Old "Up, up and away" sloganeer
- Former rival of USAir
- Bygone flier
- Old competitor of Pan Am
- Co. of which Howard Hughes became the principal shareholder in 1939
- Old carrier inits.
- Old "Up, up and away" carrier
- Former rival of Pan Am
- USAir rival
- Bygone rival of Delta
- Eero Saarinen designed its J.F.K. terminal
- "You're going to like us. ___" (1980s slogan)
- Former J.F.K. line
- Pan Am rival
- Co. once owned by Howard Hughes
- Old "One mission. Yours." sloganeer
- Old "We're up to something good" carrier
- Old Eastern alternative
- It had a hub at J.F.K.
- United rival, once
- J.F.K.'s historic ___ Flight Center
- First carrier to offer regular in-flight movies, 1961
- Co. in a 2001 merger with American
- Old rival of America
- Onetime carrier with a hub at JFK
- Old co. with overlapping globes in its logo
- Carrier in "The Aviator"
- First American carrier to show movies on flights
- This does not fly
- Old "You're going to like us" sloganeer
- "The ___ Dogs": Burns
- Airline initials
- One + one, to Burns
- A pair, in Ayr
- "The ___ Dogs," Burns poem
- Highlands duo
- United rival
- Carl Icahn company
- American rival
- KLM rival
- Its slogan was once "The things we do to make you happy"
- "Up up and away" co.
- Northwest competitor
- Airline with the old slogan "Up, up and away"
- American competitor
- Its hub is in St. Louis
- "Up, up and away" company
- US Airways competitor
- J.F.K. terminal
- United competition
- Letters on some 747's
- Its slogan was once "Find out how good we really are"
- Air letters?
- 747 letters
- "Find out how good we really are" sloganeer
- U.S. Airways competitor
- Company once owned by Howard Hughes
- Terminal letters
- American acquisition
- Transportation inits. since 1930
- Bygone carrier
- Ambassadors Club carrier
- Letters on some liners
- Howard Hughes once controlled it
- Delta rival
- Co. founded as Western Air Express
- "The things we do to make you happy" sloganeer
- Onetime jet insignia
- American acquisition of 2001
- Airport inits.
- Old name in travel
- Onetime United rival
- Eastern competitor
- Former flying inits.
- Company once taken over by Carl Icahn
- PanAm rival
- Intl. flier, once
- Aviation acquisition of 2001
- Onetime Pan Am rival
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
formed May 16, 1928, as Transcontinental Air Transport, merged 1930 with Western Air Express to form Transcontinental and Western Air Inc. (TWA). Name changed to Trans World Airlines 1950, but the moniker remained the same. Its last remnants were bought out by rival American Airlines in April 2001.
Scottish form of two.
TWA usually refers to Trans World Airlines, a former American airline
TWA may also refer to:
- Twa, a group of Pygmy peoples in Africa
- T wave alternans, a variation in the T wave in an electrocardiogram
- Texas Wrestling Academy, a professional wrestling training school
- Time-weighted average or permissible exposure limit
- Transport and Works Act 1992, a piece of UK legislation concerning public transport
- TWA, the ICAO airline code for T'way Airlines of South Korea
- Also can refer to Time WArner.
Usage examples of "twa".
Yonder ye see in the howe, and Yonderdale begins where the twae hills hurkle thegither.
Twas the good Liberty cause, and all the mealy office-seekers were on our side till they saw the wind blowing tother way.
The Yonderdale turn is twae miles on, and this road gangs to mony places.
Efter twae weeks o dwelling amang us as blude-friends, gutting our winter victuals, burning up oor peat-bings, an dancin the reel o Bogie wi our lasses, those mangrels waukened one day at five in the morning and put the MacIan MacDonalds to the fire and the sword.
His memory gave him the words Twas briflig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe: All mimsy were the borogoves, And the mome raths outgrabe.
Twas but a moment's work to contrive the Wheel of a Maiden's dreams, Jupiter smiling upon Venus in the house of partnerships, Mars exactly at the mid-heaven, Mercury with smooth sailing ahead, not a retrograde body in sight.
At the moment she 8 8 IRIS RA INER DA R Twas a big television star, and eventually she'd make movies again.