|Quoting n729pa (Reply 1):|
Could it be a legacy of the National Airlines take over? Not sure if they had DC9s or not have a feeling they had DC8s and I know they had DC10s, so clearly a McDD customer.
|Quoting BoeingGuy (Reply 4):|
The original National Airlines never had DC-9s. They had DC-8s, DC-10s and 727s in the jet era. Of course the original PA never had DC-9s (or 737s) either. They did have 727-100s for their intra-Germany routes.
|Quoting milesrich (Reply 5):|
The original Pan Am most certainly did have 737's, -200's to be exact that they purchased or leased used, that were formerly with Air Florida and before that United, as well as former PSA, LH, PW ships and others.
|Quoting cedarjet (Reply 9):|
Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the Pan Am DC-9 (goes round collecting winnings off lots of a.netters...)
OK it never flew. But that is a DC-9, is it not? In whose livery?