Virtual TWA

Welcome To Virtual Trans World Airlines


If your idea of flying for a virtual airline is simply starting at the runway, flying to the destination and getting credit, then this is NOT the VA for you!

This virtual airline is for mature individuals willing to make a commitment.....
A commitment to TWA, a commitment to professionalism, and a commitment to fun!

Virtual Trans World Airlines recreates the real world operations of Trans World Airlines from 1925 right up through the last day of operation February 2001 using FS9 (2004 CoF), FSX, and X-Plane.
Virtual Trans World Airlines has Crew Domiciles and Flight Hubs serving:
Kansas City - (KMCI).....This is where the Jack Frye International Flight Training Center & Aircraft Maintenance/Overhaul Base is located.
St. Louis - (KSTL) Lambert Field.....Domestic Flight Operations.
New York City - (KJFK)..... US International/North Atlantic Flight Operations and Los Angeles - (KLAX)
with focus cities in:
San Francisco - (KSFO), Chicago - (KORD), Boston - (KBOS), Atlanta - (KATL) and San Juan - (TSJS).
International Crew Domiciles and Flight Hubs in:
London - (EGLL), Frankfurt - (EDDF), Paris - (LFPG), Rome - (LIRF) and Athens - (LGAT).

As a pilot you will have 5 flight categories to choose from:

1) TWA - Jet flights from the B707's up to the B767's & L-1011's.
2) TWE - Trans World Express flights
3) TWP - Piston engine flights from 1925 thru 1967!
4) TWC - Cargo flights from all the periods!
5) OZA - The complete April 15, 1985 timetable from Ozark!

All flights are from timetables of each of the above.

Why? Unlike some va's, we strive for, and encourage both professionalism and uniformity, with procedures in place that are encouraged to be complied with by all members who apply. We rarely make an exception to this as we have a very challenging grading/scoring curve with a tracking system built specifically for vTWA that records more aircraft operating parameters than many other VA's out there. This ensures that all members are operating in the same manner. From push back & start up procedures, through brakes set, engines shut down and Captains Flight Briefings (CFB's). At TWA, things were only done one way. The TWA way. Same principles apply here at vTWA. Be advised that management carefully monitors and checks every thing ie: your boarding procedures, your departure time vs scheduled departure time, proper aircraft light settings, when engines started, take-off speeds, rate of climb, over speeds, rate of descent, landing speeds and landing rate/fpm just to name a few, prior to approving CFB's (pireps).
SLEWING, TIME ACCELERATION and advancement of position through the use of MAPS is strictly prohibited and cause for immediate rejection of CFB.

1) Safe handling/operation of aircraft.
2) Basic meteorology (know how to read/interpret an ATIS report and other wx info).
3) Fluent with ATC/FAA abbreviations, phraseology and terms.
4) Familiar with aircraft, airspeed & altitude restrictions.
5) IFR rated (know how to navigate using ADF, VOR, NDB, IGS, ILS, INS & GPS).

All of this information is available and free in the MSFS ground school section. Please take the time to read it, study it and watch the videos as they are a tremendous help and do offer a wealth of information.

Yes we have some strict rules, but we take our representation of TWA, flying & having fun very serious, and we are very serious about having fun !!! In fact, our first and foremost rule is:


Although we are open and welcome everybody, we would much rather have a small group of dedicated, disciplined professionals than a large number of pilots doing things their own way, or for statistics purposes.

With all that said, If you are interested in starting your career with Virtual Trans World Airlines, and you're at least twenty five (25) years of age, we invite you to take the entrance exam, yes entrance exam. We administer the Commercial/ATP FAA written exam with an 85% minimum to pass.
Told you we're serious. Upon completing and passing the exam you may then fill out an application.

TARPA members/TWA personnel with PRN and TWA ID# are not required to take exam.

We use a fully simulated system to re-create all real world Trans World Airlines schedules, passenger, cargo and charter demands.

Virtual Trans World Airlines offers VA Aircraft Fleet Downloads for its members, the use of a Team Speak3 Server, and a private Forum (the TWA Skyliner). We use phpVMS as our base. We also have a custom built vTWAcars for flight reporting.

We encourage you to read and fully understand the Pilot Handbook...

that way you will know what to expect from vTWA and what vTWA will expect from you. Every applicant must be able to fly their first scheduled training flight from their chosen HUB within three (3) days of the applicants hire date. Please take this time to become familiar with the web site and handbook. Start your vTWA journey by taking the entrance exam, then completing the application and finally, completing the 8 training flights out of your chosen hub. We look forward to having you fly with us!

The Staff

FYI: The "TWA Info" section has been moved to under the "About Us" tab!

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 TWA, the most comfortable way to fly !!!

Newest Pilot

OZA0073 Chris Voultjatis


Total Pilots: 5
Total Flights: 1011
Total Hours: 3263 hrs
Flights Today: 0
Total Pax Carried: 69681
Miles Flown: 1081048 nm
Aircraft In Fleet: 116
Total Schedules: 2759

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vTWA's 20 Most Recent Flights

Flight Number Pilot Aircraft Departure Arrival Submit Date Status
TWA705-1-72 Greg Tyler B727-231 ADV EGLL EINN 02/09/2016 Pending
TWA537 Scott Clawson L-1011-50 KORD KLAX 02/07/2016 Arrived
TWA741-92 Roland Braksch B727-31 LOWW EDDF 02/03/2016 Arrived
TWA814-2-92 Roland Braksch B747-131 EHAM LOWW 02/01/2016 Arrived
TWTT003 Chris Voultjatis ERJ 145LR KMCI KIND 02/01/2016 Arrived
TWA3315-1-00 Roland Braksch L-1011-100 A OKBK EHAM 02/01/2016 Arrived
TWTT002 Chris Voultjatis ATR72-202 KMDH KMCI 01/31/2016 Arrived
TWA138 Scott Clawson B767-331 KSFO KORD 01/30/2016 Arrived
TWE7983 Chris Voultjatis E-120 KSFO KTVL 01/30/2016 Arrived
TWP78-1 Nico De Lange 1049G KSTL KHUF 01/27/2016 Arrived
TWA740-2-85 Roland Braksch L-1011-100 EDDF OKBK 01/24/2016 Arrived
TWA741-1-72 Roland Braksch B747-131 LLBG EDDF 01/23/2016 Arrived
TWA740-2-72 Roland Braksch B747-131 EDDF LLBG 01/21/2016 Arrived
TWA171 Scott Clawson CV-880 KSTL KSFO 01/19/2016 Arrived
TWA748-85 Roland Braksch B747-131 KSTL EDDF 01/18/2016 Arrived
TWEWW5108 Roland Braksch B717-231 KASE KSTL 01/17/2016 Arrived
TWEWW5106 Roland Braksch B717-231 KLAX KASE 01/16/2016 Arrived
TWAWW5104 Scott Clawson B757-231 KEGE KSTL 01/16/2016 Arrived
TWA417 Roland Braksch DC-9-31 KLAS KLAX 01/16/2016 Arrived
OZA755-2 Roland Braksch DC-9-31 KSTL KLAS 01/15/2016 Arrived
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