List of PAN AM Destinations
USA and the Americas
Pan American’s Florida connection began with it’s inaugural flight from Key West to Havana in 1927. President Juan T. Trippe, 28 years of age, began with two Miami airports for his planes; one for seaplanes at Dinner Key and the other at today’s Miami International Airport.
Thus, Miami became the hub of Pan Am’s Caribbean and Latin American routes.
Juan T. Trippe, Charles Lindbergh, Harold Gray
(courtesy of PAN AM Historical Foundation)
Like Miami also many other landing fields and seaports Juan T. Trippe and Charles Lindbergh, PAN AM’s worldwide most famous pilot, chose and were planned and inaugu- rated first for Pan American, later became airports for other air carriers as well, some even up to now.
Here Pan American, later PAN AM World Airways, started its operations and unique career as aviation pioneer.
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PAN AM Express USA
PAN AM started local feeder flights in 1988 and called its subsidiary PAN AM Express which operated within the USA and abroad at Berlin's Tegel (TXL) airport to more than 30 destinations with great success using smaller aircraft ATR-42s with a number of 12 aircraft.
Trans World Airlines (TWA) took over PAN AM Express in 1991 and immediately shut down PAN AM Express' Berlin operations then. PAN AM Express operated then as TWE.
Know more about PAN AM Express in the USA:
about the New York services here...
about the Miami services here...
PAN AM's last Flight Schedule
PAN AM's last Flight Schedule (1991)
for its re-organised South America services with B-747
PAN AM's last route map
PAN AM's last route map (1991)
with focus on air services for the Americas
PAN AM Mock-up at Miami base:
Courtesy PAN AM Flight Academy
Know more about its history here...
The Louis A. Turpen Aviation Library & Museum at San Francisco International Airport is located in an architectural adaptation of the airport's original 1930's passenger lobby. Now in the new International Terminal Building, this outstanding collection focuses on air transport with an emphasis on the West Coast and the Pacific region. Exhibitions, research services, and educational programs are offered to the public free of charge. Exhibits change frequently, and Pan American Airways history plays an integral part in the museum's focus.
- New Jersey
- New York
- Cancún (Cancún International Airport)
- Monterrey (Monterrey International Airport)
- Mexico City (Benito Juarez International Airport)
- Cayman Islands (United Kingdom)
Pan Am one of earliest advertising for passenger travel to Cuba in 1930s.
- Havanna (all Cuban flights were banned in 1961 due to the U.S. embargo against Cuba)
- Puerto Plata (Gregorio Luperón International Airport)
- San Pedro de Macoris (Higuamo River)
- Santo Domingo (Las Américas International Airport)
- Guadeloupe (France)
- Netherlands Antilles (Netherlands)
- Turks and Caicos Islands (United Kingdom)
- Grand Turk (JAGS McCartney International Airport)
- Providenciales (Providenciales International Airport)
- U.S. Virgin Islands (United States)
- St. Croix
- St. Thomas
- San Pedro Sula (Ramon Villeda Morales International Airport)
- Tegucigalpa (Toncontin International Airport)
- Recife (Guararapes International Airport)
- Rio de Janeiro (Galeão International Airport)
- São Paulo (Guarulhos International Airport)
- Barranquilla (Ernesto Cortissoz International Airport)
- Bogota (El Dorado International Airport)
- Medellin (Enrique Olaya Herrera Airport)
- Medellin (Jose Maria Cordova International Airport)
- Santiago de Cali (Alfonso Bonilla Aragon International Airport)
- French Guiana