Saturday, July 17, 2021
In Memoriam: The 25th Anniversary of Trans World Airlines Flight 800
Twenty-five years ago today, TWA Flight 800, a Boeing 747-100, crashed into the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Long Island shortly after takeoff from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport. The airplane was en route to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport. All 230 Crew and passengers on board perished.
On July 14, 2002, the TWA Flight 800 International Memorial was dedicated near the Atlantic Ocean in Smith Point County Park to commemorate this fateful event. The Memorial serves as a permanent tribute to those lost.
TWA Flight 800 Crew
Operating Flight Deck Crew
Captain Steven E. Snyder
Captain Ralph G. Kevorkia
Flight Engineer Richard G. Campbell
Flight Engineer Oliver Krick
Operating Flight Attendants
Deadheading Flight Deck Crew
Captain Gideon Miller
First Officer Rick L. Verhaeghe
Flight Engineer Douglas A. Eshleman
Deadheading Flight Attendants
We pause to honor the Crew and passengers who were lost twenty-five years ago today.
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