Found the slides for this and thought I would give it a try. I have several trips that are on slides from the 60's and 70's and this if my first attempt at a trip report from them.
This was a trip on Pan Am MIA-JFK on an aircraft position ferry back in August 1972.
I was able to get on this as my father was with PA and they allowed any non-rev to ride at that time. (They do not at this time at the airline I work for now).
This was a great flight and I spent most of the trip in the cockpit until just about starting the turn for landing on 13L at JFK.
DATE: August 23, 1972
Airline: Pan Am
Aircraft: Boeing 707-321B
Aircraft Registration: N408PA
Configuration: 16 F 124 Y (LOAD: 5)
Flight: F223 (Call sign: Clipper 408)
Departure Scheduled: 0900
Actual Departure: 0857
Arrival Schedule: 1140
Gate 44 (old MIA International Concourse)
Takeoff Runway 9L
Takeoff time: 0913
Flight Time: 2:18
Photo © Ralf Manteufel
Note the EASTERN Electras, BN DC-8s and in the distance the National concourse with 727/DC8 and DC10s.
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Level at 370
Took a walk to the back for this view in Cruise:
Back in the cockpit, notice the First Officers uniform! Taken over the shoulder of the Flight Engineer.
Another view of the flight deck: Deadheading FA talking to the FE and captain at work in the left seat.
Engine shot at 370 (sorry about the photo, very dirty with mold)
Climb up to 410 past some CBs at Azela Intersection
On Descent approaching shoreline (time to go sit down). You can almost make out the shoreline (or not!!)
Crossing the shoreline on the Canarsie approach to 13L
Over the PAN AM CARGO buildings on short final