Trans World Airlines Photograph No. TW661
Scanned original from my personal collection sent to me by TWA, thank you, in the early 1950’s. S, before they fade , disappear… here it is.
“the Lockheed Constellation had style. With its triple tail, porpoise-shaped fuselage and elliptical wing, the Constellation was queen of the skies in an era when airline passengers were pampered shamelessy. The Connie’s accommodations were lavish. Stewardesses in elegant attire were under orders to spoil the customer. Even the strong , distinctive purr of the four colossal R-3350 engines reinforced a passenger’s sense of well-being”… From: Civil Aircraft, Jim Winchester – Amber Books