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South by West. Ed Musick in Aukland, New Zealand.
The Atlantic Division's B-314 Clipper Fleet, in 1940 in Bowery Bay, by the MAT.
New York Airways helicopter landing on the rooftop heliport, Pan Am Building New York City.
Clipper Glamour: The 1st commercial passenger flight 'Round the World. Watercolor by John T. McCoy courtesy of SFO Museum, gift of PAHF.
A Visit to Foynes Flying Boat Museum: Communing with Ghosts, by Peter Leslie
Pan Am Worldport 1960. Link to Feature: Worldport Remembered
A Mighty Design. Boeing B-314, John T. McCoy watercolor, courtesy SFO Museum, gift of PAHF.
Fiorello LaGuardia at the Marine Air Terminal Opening in 1940.
Boeing B-707, world's first successful commercial jet transport.
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The Jet Age. Clipper Tradewind, a Boeing 707, at the Pan Am Worldport in 1968.
Jupiter Rex Certificate issued to Pan Am passengers crossing the equator, on Pan Am Routes.
Pan American World Airways: Winged Globe, Cover from Wartime Era calendar, 1944. Link to Pan Am at War by Bob Gandt.
Boeing 747-SP was designed for extreme long-range flights.
Air Rights: The Pan Am Building. Photo, early 1970s, courtesy of Pan Am Aware.
Memories of Pan Am in Vietnam, by Richard Upchurch.
South by West: Pan Am Kingman Reef expedition leader Danilo Vucetich & colleagues.
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Boeing B-314 Close Up of Take Off. John T. McCoy watercolor, courtesy of SFO Museum, gift of PAHF.
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