I have compiled some newspaper articles that I will post later, when I have more time on my hands.
It looks like Pan Am is still not profitable, but expects to break even this year, according to David Fink. This would be in line with projections made in '99, when Pan Am resumed scheduled service.
After the failed attempt of flying point-to-point in the Northeast, it now looks as if Orlando/Sanford will become Pan Am's hub - well, sort of. This will also include commuter service to the Keys, possibly the Bahamas, and some other destinations in Florida. With the demise of TWA, the new service to Puerto Rico should be rather successful, and I wouldn't be suprised to see more direct flights to San Juan, too.