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I recently listed on an AA flight out of SFO. I was listed as TWR there was another person listed as TWRT, What does that mean? I have not seen that before. Which one comes first? I went to the recent email and pdf file for the new listings but did not find TWRT.
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Tom Leffingwell
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The T means a transfer and they have priority over a TWR just starting out.
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Yes the T means a thru passenger and they do have priority over local boarding.

The TWR [thankfully] will be a thing of the past in mid summer according to the letter we received from AA and we will be just like any AA/US retiree. The T status will remain as thru passengers always have priority.

If you go to Jetnet you can find Q & A which really answers many questions about the "NEW" airline and how we as TWR's will now be considered as far as passes, boarding etc.

Aloha, Benay

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