Posts Tagged ‘TWA Flight Center’

JFK's Pan Am Worldport in 1961.  (Photo by Jon Proctor via Wikipedia Commons)

Former Home of PanAm Faces Wrecking Ball, Group Hopes To Preserve History

Posted March 12, 2013 by Jason Rabinowitz

The former home of PanAm and worlds first commercial 747 flight is facing demolition, but Save the Worldport is trying to save it.

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Photos: TWA Flight Center Open House Attracts Hundreds

Posted October 20, 2011 by Matt Molnar

Hundreds of aviation enthusiasts, architecture fans, former TWA employees and a few NYCAviation’ers (including myself) spent a few hours exploring the TWA Flight Center at JFK Airport this past Sunday.

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The famed concrete canopy that has been hanging over Delta aircraft for decades sits on death row. (Photo by Brian Futterman)
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New Digs for Delta at JFK

Posted August 5, 2010 by Brian Futterman

The Port Authority gives one of the largest airlines in the world the green light for a $1.2 billion terminal overhaul project set to take up to five years.

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