PAN AM’s WorldPort & JFK Base

Courtesy of Rosie Rosenstein

PAN AM’s WorldPort unique worldwide at the time (1980s)

Other airports used the PAN AM WorldPort as model for their planing like Berlin’s Tegel airport (TXL built in the 1960s).

 

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Pan Am In-Flight Service F/S instructor Silvio Broglia showing Pan Am’s Silver service to flight attendant trainees. Silvio is standing right at the top of the steps that lead downstairs in the Pan Am Stratocruiser – just like that dreaded first step at top of the Pan Am 747 upper deck!

The steward trainee in the front row has no problem smoking away in the middle of training!

Pan Am In-Flight Service Instructor Silvio Broglia showing dinning serving techniques. Note: the stewardess trainees have their uniforms but no wings yet! Pan Am In-Flight Service Instructor Silvio Broglia showing dinning serving techniques. Note: the stewardess trainees have their uniforms but no wings yet!

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Pan Am In-Flight Service instructor showing stewardess trainees how to make PA announcements.

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PAN AM Clipper Juan T. Trippe coming in at New York’s JFK airport (1991)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PAN AM 747 SP

Nonstop flights from New York to Tokyo (about 15 hours flight time) and to many more destinations operated by JFK based crews (beginning of 1980s)

 

 

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Courtesy of Rosie Rosenstein

 

 

 

 

 

 

PAN AM advertising its Nonstop flights from New York to Paris and London (in the 1960s)

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Courtesy of Rosie Rosenstein

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PAN AM’s Headquarters at the „Pan Am Building“ built by wordwide famous architect Martin Gropius (sold in 1980)

One whole floor was occupied by PANAMAC’s computer (installed in 1962) the world’s first reservation and airline computer system.

Juan T. Trippe had his own office until 1980 there.

Courtesy of Rosie Rosenstein

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The PAN AM Shuttle Service

 

PAN AM Boeing 727-200 at LaGuardia airport (New York) for its PAN AM Shuttle Service (1987)

About the PAN AM Shuttle’s history read more here…

 

 

747 Clipper Moscow Express arr Moscow crew

 

 

 

PAN AM’s New York based crew posing in front of Clipper Moscow Express after arriving at Moscow.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PAN AM JFK Reunion

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