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Philippine Clipper in the Port of the Tradewinds, off Treasure Island in San Francisco Bay. Read more @Treasure Island: Pan Am's Fabled Gateway to the Pacific.
A Mystery that Still Haunts... Clipper Romance of the Skies
A Plane Too Soon. Pan Am's Paul Roitsch & John Anderson on the first airline evaluation flight of the Concorde, Nov. 8 '69.
Airships for Pan Am? Graf Zeppelin over Miami, October 1933 (Photo courtesy of University of Miami Special Collections). Read Pan Am: Lighter Than Air.
Clipper Glamour: The 1st commercial passenger flight 'Round the World. Watercolor by John T. McCoy courtesy of SFO Museum, gift of PAHF.
Pan American World Airways: Winged Globe, Cover from Wartime Era calendar, 1944. Link to Pan Am at War by Bob Gandt.
A Visit to Foynes Flying Boat Museum: Communing with Ghosts, by Peter Leslie
New York Airways helicopter landing on the rooftop heliport, Pan Am Building New York City.
Boeing 747-SP was designed for extreme long-range flights.
Jupiter Rex Certificate issued to Pan Am passengers crossing the equator, on Pan Am Routes.
Fiorello LaGuardia at the Marine Air Terminal Opening in 1940.
South by West. Ed Musick in Aukland, New Zealand.
Boeing B-314 Close Up of Take Off. John T. McCoy watercolor, courtesy of SFO Museum, gift of PAHF.
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