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[[Advertisement]] IT'S A SMALL PRICE TO PAY FOR COMFORT. [[Image]] TWA's Ambassador Class (copyright). A separate business class that's only $10-$30 more than coach. A seat in TWA's business class has all the characteristics of luxury. Except one. The expensive price. For only $10-$30 more than coach,* you can reap the many benefits of our business class - a separate, roomy cabin that has fewer seats per row. So there's never more than one seat between you and the aisle. You don't have to look hard to find TWA's Ambassador Class, either. Because TWA has it on every widebody we fly in the U.S. And we're the only airline that does. Sitting in the lap of luxury. Imagine this. Settling back into a wider seat. Relaxing with complimentary headsets and drinks. And on longer flights, you'll enjoy appetizers and a gourmet meal served on fine china. And that's not all. If you're enrolled in TWA's Frequent Flight Bonus (trademark) program, you'll earn 125% of your miles flown just by flying in our business class. One more thing. Call your travel agent, corporate travel department or TWA now and ask for Ambassador Class on your next flight. Because at this price, it pays to go in style. You're going to like us. TWA *Lowest unrestricted domestic coach fare
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