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Origional Pan Am's Hub

Thu Jun 24, 1999 8:34 am

Where was the origional Pan Am's hub?

Jack M
 
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RE: Origional Pan Am's Hub

Thu Jun 24, 1999 9:01 am

I would assume thier hub to be at JFK. However, i do believe that they operated in a southwest, poin-to-point style. Someone correct me if i'm wrong.
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RE: Origional Pan Am's Hub

Thu Jun 24, 1999 10:24 am

JFK--MIA--
 
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RE: Origional Pan Am's Hub

Thu Jun 24, 1999 1:32 pm

Like it has been said, JFK and MIA were the big hubs, but after the National merger they gained hubs in Houston and New Orleans. Both were short-lived. They also had a small hub at Dulles and rather large hubs in London and Frankfurt. During the early 80's, they sort of used LAX, SFO, and HON but theis was all discontinued after the United Pacific route sale.
 
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Thu Jun 24, 1999 1:37 pm

Where is HON? Are you referring to Honolulu (HNL), or somewhere else?
 
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RE: Origional Pan Am's Hub

Thu Jun 24, 1999 9:49 pm

PanAm had major hubs in FRA, MIA, and JFK, which is how Delta acqiured these hubs after PanAm went down.

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RE: Origional Pan Am's Hub

Fri Jun 25, 1999 4:03 am

MIA=Miami right?? I'm not IN with airport codes. I just know a few. That's interesting because that's where II and III were/are based. Purpose or coincidence?

Thanks for all of your help!

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RE: Purdue Cadet

Fri Jun 25, 1999 12:53 pm

I'm sorry-----Yes HNL I meant. I was tired
 
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RE: Purdue Cadet

Sat Jun 26, 1999 3:06 am

PAA hubs were JFK,BOS,ORD,MIA,Dulles,IAH,LAX,SFO,PTL,HNL,HND circa 1969.