windshear
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PAN Am Ghost Or Alive?!

Fri Mar 17, 2000 4:39 am

OK, maybe it's me, maybe I'am slow, but has Panam risen from the dead?
I saw some pictures on Airliners net of a 727 Pan Am dated January 2000.
Is this true? have they rebuild themselves?
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RE: PAN Am Ghost Or Alive?!

Fri Mar 17, 2000 5:48 am

Well, i thibk PanAm has started again with a few 727 (with winglets) and maby some 737ng's. they are only serving a few routes on the US westcoast as far as i know.
Please correct me if I'm wrong

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AirT85
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RE: PAN Am Ghost Or Alive?!

Fri Mar 17, 2000 5:58 am

Almost correct! only 727s right now an scheduled flights are only on the east coast but i htink they do alot of charters so thats when they would be oin the west coast!
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tr1492
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RE: PAN Am Ghost Or Alive?!

Fri Mar 17, 2000 7:01 am

There is a "new" Pan Am out there - go to http://www.flypanam.com - I beleive they are flying primarily to/from underutilized airports near major metro areas instead of "regular" airports, but check out the site and see for yourself!

Anyone out there fly the new Pan Am yet?????

All the best,
TR
 
LH423
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RE: PAN Am Ghost Or Alive?!

Fri Mar 17, 2000 7:15 am

The spirit of PanAm is dead, and only lives on the people who worked for the company. The name has been resurrected. This is the third PanAm. The first met it's demise in 1991. The second in 1998. The thirs was re-started in New Hampshire by a raïlroad conglomerate. They started with "Quiet 727" 727s and operated charter flights all around. They have augemented the charter operation with scheduled service to Orlando-Sanford and Chicago-Gary, In.

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VirginA340
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RE: PAN Am Ghost Or Alive?!

Fri Mar 17, 2000 9:03 am

Pan Am the third is now flyingf 727-200 with winglets to Bangor, ME, Gary IN, Portsmouth NH, Sanford airport in orlando Florida and is plannig to fly to Pittsburg PA in th spring. Pan Am plans to expland slowly up and down the east coast and the midwest. I hope that Pan Am will have enough money to replace the 727-200 with new planes. (if it has to be narrow body aircraft then hopefully A321's or B757-300)
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Casa 212's, J31's?

Fri Mar 17, 2000 11:19 am

I looked up the PanAm registries (they are under Guilford Transportation if you search N numbers at sites like landings.com) and apparently they have 727-200's, but also about 2 CASA 212's and 3 Jetstream31's. There is a photo of the CASA 212's in the airliners.net photo database. I was wondering if anyone knows what they are using these aircraft for? Where will they fly them? Are they already using them, or are they not in service yet? It'd be great if anyone knows the answer. Thanks.
 
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The CASAs

Fri Mar 17, 2000 10:46 pm

The Aviocars are strictly for Pan Am's maintenance operation, hauling engineers & parts and stuff.
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RE: PAN Am Ghost Or Alive?!

Sat Mar 18, 2000 1:06 am

Pan Am is back! With headquarters located in Portsmouth, NH, the 3rd Pan Am has been in scheduled service since October of 1999. Their current destinations are Bangor, ME, Sanford/Orlando, FL, Gary/Chicago, IN and starting on March 20th, Pittsburgh, PA. They operate B727-200's, that have been reconfigured from 173 to 149 seats, and winglets too! There are also 2 CASA212's, used primarily for cargo, and 3 Jet Stream J31's, which will eventually be used for passenger service.......not positive on destinations yet.
 
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RE: PAN Am Ghost Or Alive?!

Sat Mar 18, 2000 9:21 pm

Hello!!

There is a very good website about Pan Am:

www.netguest.com/panam/indexing.html

Check it out!

Regards,

Boeing 707
 
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RE: PAN Am Ghost Or Alive?!

Sun Mar 19, 2000 6:56 am

If you are looking for a website on the old Pan American World Airways there is really only one to check out and that is

http://www.panam.org

Compiled by and for ex-employees of the airline
 
AerLingus
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RE: PAN Am Ghost Or Alive?!

Sun Mar 19, 2000 11:11 am

Doesn't anyone wonder how this all came about?
Isn't it possible that an operator is just using jets that still have PanAm colours? Operators do it all the time.
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