samair
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Pan Am Quiery

Sun Feb 27, 2005 9:17 am

Is pan am still operating domestically in America.
the captain has now dimmed the lights for take off this is a routine procedure for flights during the hours of darkness!
 
flyiguy
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RE: Pan Am Quiery

Sun Feb 27, 2005 9:34 am

To answer your question...YES they do. If you want to know where, go to www.flypanam.com.

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uswyjer
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RE: Pan Am Quiery

Sun Feb 27, 2005 10:55 am

Interesting to note that their routemap has changed, again. looks like they are attempting to restart PSM-SFB, which was one of the routes they flew before the the ALPA controversy. ALPA said that if PA were to restart any route from before PA threw out the ALPA contract, that ALPA would sue... hmm.
 
m404
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RE: Pan Am Quiery

Sun Feb 27, 2005 12:00 pm

Samair
Just to make sure you know that the Pan Am being discussed has absolutly nothing to do with the old worldwide corporation. They just bought/leased the name rights.
Less sarcasm and more thought equal better understanding
 
airgeek12
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RE: Pan Am Quiery

Sun Feb 27, 2005 12:16 pm

Quoting M404 (reply 3):
Samair
Just to make sure you know that the Pan Am being discussed has absolutly nothing to do with the old worldwide corporation. They just bought/leased the name rights.


Yea, that's true. The "Pan Am" being discussed in here is operated by Bosten-Maine Airways.
 
kkfla737
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RE: Pan Am Quiery

Mon Feb 28, 2005 3:32 am

Ironically PAN AM II whose domestic route map more resembled the real PAN AM was an outgrowth of the estate of Eastern Airlines. PAn AM II had a focus on Miami and JFK just like the first Pan Am, and actually served some of the same routes as the original. (ie. MIA-SDQ, MIA-SJU, JFK-SDQ, JFK-MIA, JFK-FLL, JFK-LAX, MIA-LAX). Pan Am III has no connection whatsoever to the original PA.

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