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No major changes are contemplated for Trans World Airlines' cargo operations as the international carrier struggles to retain its newly won solvency.
Bob Uttmark, TWA's vice president of cargo sales, said that during the near term his department will retain a lean staff and continue to rely on multiple interline agreements with airlines throughout the world.
Those features allowed the carrier to offer a maximum of freight routes at minimal cost to itself throughout its recent 18-month bankruptcy.
Throughout the carrier's bankruptcy, which ended Aug. 11, the cargo division consistently kicked in about a 5 percent share of TWA's revenues. That rate of contribution is …