A Mighty Design. Boeing B-314, John T. McCoy watercolor, courtesy SFO Museum, gift of PAHF.
Boeing B-314 Close Up of Take Off. John T. McCoy watercolor, courtesy of SFO Museum, gift of PAHF.
Clipper Tradewind, a Boeing 707 at the Worldport, 1968.
South by West. Ed Musick in Aukland, New Zealand.
Fiorello LaGuardia at the Marine Air Terminal Opening in 1940.
Jupiter Rex Certificate issued to Pan Am passengers crossing the equator, on Pan Am Routes.
Boeing B-707, world's first successful commercial jet transport.
Boeing 747-SP was designed for extreme long-range flights.
New York Airways helicopter landing on the rooftop heliport, Pan Am Building New York City.
South by West: Pan Am Kingman Reef expedition leader Danilo Vucetich & colleagues.
The Atlantic Division's B-314 Clipper Fleet, in 1940 in Bowery Bay, by the MAT.
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