Istanbul

PAN AM’s Enterance to the Orient: Istanbul

 

Hi, Pan Am Family members, we were a part of a legend for sometime….and shared unforgettable moments which makes us who we are today… I am grateful that I have been a part of …(sob)

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Ozlem Aticilar

PAN AM Istanbul base

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PAN AM 747 at Istanbul’s airport 1990 (one of the last PAN AM 747s in Turkey).

Courtesy of Funda Gürdal

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Photo shows PAN AM’s Boeing 707. Stamp on the envelope remembering PAN AM’s first Boeing 747 flight from New York to Istanbul in November 1st, 1971.

 

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PAN AM Boeing 707-321 at Istanbul’s  Yesilköy airport (IST / LTBA), Turkey on October 25, 1963.

 

 

 

 

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PAN AM office at its Istanbul base

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Images:

Courtesy of Bekir Ortabasi‎

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Istanbul based PAN AM crew at the check-in desk at Istanbul’s airport (around 1990)

Some of the crew members:

Nermin Ceri, Simla Resmor, Esra Solak

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At the front left exit of PAN AM’s Boeing 727-200.

Waiting the passengers to come and welcome.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Crew and aircraft images:

Courtesy of Funda Gürdal

Newly refurbished PAN AM Economy Class cabin (around 1989)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PAN AM cabin crew waiting at the Clipper Class

The PAN AM Boeing 727-200 had a two class configuration with First/Clipper Class in the front part of the cabin (directly behind the front enterance, cockpit).

First/Clipper Class had 14 seats and the galley for its First Class service was located at the right, around the right front exit. First Class was seperated by a closet and bulk head with a curtain. Then the Economy Class started (132 seats).

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Crew with Nuri Hepaydin and Nermin Ceri

 

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Get-together with PanAmers of the Istanbul base with Yelda Taluk Ülker.

One of the last photos of the PAN AM Istanbul based staff: 1991 May — with Ozlem Aticilar, Fatma Sapci, Burak Yavasoglu, Deniz Sapci and Omer Atagun

Image: Courtesy of Turgay Tastemir

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PAN AM advertising its Flights to the USA in Istanbul (1980s)

Image: Courtesy og Steve Priske

 

 

 

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German Turkish Tunc from Pan Am Berlin ground staff at Berlin’s Tegel (TXL) airport

PAN AM had employees of  many different nationalities all over the world.

Right image:

Courtesy of Martina Mross