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rjtrotta
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Hi All, Has anyone information on this item???
It was recently brought to my attention that there is one, however, I am unable to find How, Why & Where one is able to obtain said card. Can You Help?
Thanks

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Tom Leffingwell
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Try this link. I have used him before.

http://www.airlineretirees.com/

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Tom Leffingwell
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Try this link. I have used him before.

http://www.airlineretirees.com/

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rjtrotta
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Dear Tom,
Thank you for the link you provided. It so happens that it is not the one I was looking for. The Airlines retiree program you posted is indeed a good one. The one I am searching for is one that was posted by Bob Dedman a few years ago and is called "Iatan retiree travel card". The info he posted was to contact Iatan at an address in Garden City, N.Y. and a phone number ,both are no longer in existence.
I am trying to find out if the program is still available or if it has been totally discontinued. If you or any other TWA'ers can offer some light on this matter it would be greatly appreciated. Once again Thank you. Sincerely, Ray Trotta

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Bob Willcutts
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I found this site: http://www.iatan.org

It may be the one you are looking for. Seens to apply to currently working Travel related employees, not retirees. But worth investigating, maybe.

Bob

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rjtrotta
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Thank you Capt.Bob Willcutts,
I checked out the site you posted and unfortunately, it is not the one.
Upon further investigation, it turns out that the Airlineretireespassbureau or ARPB is the website to look into for all TWA retirees.
I want to thank everyone who tried to find info on my posting.
sincerely,
Ray Trotta

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