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"Why I'm so big on TWA." -- by Wilt Chamberlain

[[image - Wilt Chamberlain sitting in TWA aircraft seat]]

You don't have to be 7' 11" to be big on TWA. You just have to like being comfortable. 

Take their planes, for instance. 

The only widebodies the TWA flies are the 747, the L-1011 and the brand-new 767 - big, roomy widebodies even a tallbody can love.

A fast break. TWA's Airport Express. Another nice thing is how TWA can get you to those widebodies without making you run through the airport. 

You don't have to rush to make sure you'll get the kind of seat you want. TWA's Advance Seat Selection lets you reserve it up to 30 days in advance.

Coming home, you don't even have to check in.

With TWA's Round-Trip Check-In, you can get a boarding pass for your flight back when you check in for your flight out.

So instead of standing in line, you can spend your time doing something else. 

Even if it's doing nothing but relaxing.

Taking care of business. TWA's Ambassador Class.sm

From where I sit, flying on business ought to be a pleasure. Which brings me to TWA's Ambassador Class.

It's a separate business cabin where the seats are bigger and wider than coach. With fewer seats per row, so you're never more than one seat from the aisle.

Then, to go with all the extra room, lots of extras. A special check-in desk at the airport. Complimentary cocktails and wines in flight. Entrees served on china and linen (little things mean a lot - even to a big guy).

Even the service is relaxing. Friendly, attentive. But TWA's always been pretty good at that.

Fact is, I could go on and on about how great TWA is. But you get the idea.

Besides, I promised to keep it short.

Call your travel agent or TWA.

You're going to like us TWA [[image - TWA logo]]
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