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NEW TWA EXECUTIVES ANNOUNCE ADDITIONS TO SENIOR MANAGEMENT TEAM

 NEW TWA EXECUTIVES ANNOUNCE ADDITIONS TO SENIOR MANAGEMENT TEAM
 MOUNT KISCO, NY, Nov. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Trans World Airlines' two- man Management Committee today announced the appointment of three aviation industry veterans to the carrier's executive staff.
 Rejoining TWA as senior advisers to the Management Committee are Robert B. Cozzi, 50, with responsibility for marketing, Don Schields, 56, to head sales and reservations, and Jerry W. Cosley, 57, to oversee all public relations and related corporate communications functions.
 Robin H. H. Wilson and Glenn R. Zander were selected in October by TWA's union employees and creditors respectively to serve as the company's Management Committee.
 "TWA plans a very aggressive marketing, sales and public relations campaign to reposition the company before the industry and traveling public," Wilson and Zander said in a joint statement.
 "We are fortunate to be able to draw on these three highly experienced and respected former members of TWA's team to execute that plan and help shape TWA's future."
 Mr. Cozzi held senior planning and marketing posts at Eastern Airlines from 1972 - 1985, and served as TWA's vice president- revenue management and senior vice president- marketing from 1986 - 1990. Most recently he has been a management consultant.
 Mr. Schields held numerous staff and line sales assignments in his 32-year career with TWA. He retired earlier this year as eastern region vice president - sales, and since has been a marketing executive for Central Holiday Tours in New Jersey.
 Mr. Cosley spent 25 years at TWA, retiring as vice president- corporate communications in 1985. He subsequently held executive corporate communications posts at Eastern Airlines, Sprint Communications Corporation, and Kansas City-based CCI Marketing Communications.
 Mr. Zander, 46, is a 28-year veteran of TWA where he serves as senior vice president - finance and additionally has been named by the creditors to the Management Committee. The union employees' representative, Mr. Wilson, 56, spent 17 years at TWA in various finance, planning and operations capacities before leaving in 1981 to become president and chief operating officer of the Long Island Railroad, and subsequent executive posts at Western Airlines, Burlington Air Express and Guiness Peat Aviation.
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 /CONTACT: Don Fleming of Trans World Airlines, 914-242-3760/ CO: Trans World Airlines ST: New York IN: AIR SU: PER


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