Photo Album: "Pan Am para recordar (Pan Am Colection) "

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“Fotografias de los aviones de esta inolvidable aerolinea”

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Photo ID: 1341790
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Pan American World Airways - PAA
Douglas C-54B Skymaster (DC-4)
Mexico City (- Licenciado Benito Juarez International) (MEX / MMMX)
Mexico, 1947
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NC88900 (cn 10504/DC235) "Clipper Fearless" departing from "Puerto Central Aéreo", México City. This plane crashed 12/Sep/1959 in a mountain near Tegucigalpa, Honduras, after departing from San Salvador Int'l (SAL) to Miami Int'l. (MIA). 3 fatalities. Photographed by my father (R.I.P.) while spotting at the field.
Jorge Rocafort - AeroImagenes De Mexico
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Photo ID: 1121555
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Pan American Airways System - PAA
Douglas DC-3A-228F
Ciudad Trujillo - General Andrew
Dominican Republic, 1944
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NC33613 (cn 4104) DC-3 of PAA in the old General Andrews airport, Trujillo City (today Santo Domingo), Dominican Republic
Dax M. Roman
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Photo ID: 0961410
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Pan American World Airways - PAA
Douglas C-54B Skymaster (DC-4)
Mexico City (- Licenciado Benito Juarez International) (MEX / MMMX)
Mexico, 1947
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NC88900 (cn 10504/DC235) "Clipper Fearless" departing from Balbuena Field, México City. This plane crashed 12/Sep/1959 in a mountain near Tegucigalpa, Honduras, after departing from San Salvador Int'l (SAL) to Miami Int'l. (MIA). 3 fatalities. Photographed by my father (R.I.P.) while spotting at the field. Heavily damaged slide.
Jorge Rocafort - AeroImagenes de Mexico
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Photo ID: 0214535
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Pan American Airways System - PAA
Consolidated Model 16 Commodore
Miami - Dinner Key Seaplane Base
USA - Florida, March 1940
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NC669M (cn 13) Commodores never used by Pan Am for scheduled service: during WW2 used to train navigators for RAF. Sister ship NC668M crashed in 1943.
Dean Straw
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Photo ID: 1682696
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Pan American World Airways - PAA
Douglas DC-6B
London - Heathrow (LHR / EGLL)
UK - England, September 12, 1954
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N6531C (cn 43531/262) "Clipper Viking" taxies towards Heathrow North, using just the inner engines, on arrival on a transatlantic tourist class flight. This DC-6B served Pan Am from August 1952 until sale to Aviateca as TG-ADA in August 1961.
R.A.Scholefield
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Photo ID: 1638575
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Douglas C-54G Skymaster (DC-4)
London - Heathrow (LHR / EGLL)
UK - England, June 4, 1952
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N88948 (cn 36043) "Clipper Frankfurt" taxies towards Heathrow North using its inner engines only. It is operating an intra-European flight wearing full PAWA titles. It served the airline 02.47 to 1953, then returned to the USAF as 45-0590.
R.A.Scholefield
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Photo ID: 1620417
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Pan American World Airways - PAA
Boeing 377-10-26 Stratocruiser
London - Heathrow (LHR / EGLL)
UK - England, September 12, 1954
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N1033V (cn 15933) "Clipper Seven Seas" taxies to Heathrow North with its two outer P&W R-4360's shut down on arrival from New York (Idlewild) - later JFK. She served Pan Am's Atlantic and Pacific routes from 06.49 until destroyed by fire undershooting at Juneau Alaska in 04.59.
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