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What Remains of Pan Am

2 September 2016

25° 48′ 24″ N / 80° 16′ 37″ W

Pan Am International Flight Academy entry sign—Joseph May/Travel for Aircraft

Pan Am International Flight Academy entry sign—Joseph May/Travel for Aircraft

The final remnant of the airline which brought us transoceanic travel, wide bodied aircraft and affordable airline flights is this flight academy in Miami, on the north side of Miami International Airport, the Pan Am International Flight Academy—we are happy to say that it keeps the Pan Am logo relavent in today’s world as well as The Pan Am Store 🙂

Pan Am International Flight Academy main entrance with world renowned Pan Am logo—Joseph May/Travel for Aircraft

Pan Am International Flight Academy main entrance with world-renowned Pan Am logo—Joseph May/Travel for Aircraft

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. shortfinals permalink
    2 September 2016 07:11

    Thanks! One of the most recognised fonts in aviation history!

    • travelforaircraft permalink*
      2 September 2016 13:46

      Ross, what I’ve noticed is a great amout of comadarie among the former Pan Am folks. Remarkably so. Joe

  2. 2 September 2016 09:36

    More good memories, Joe – although I lost a few pounds in that building every six months for many years, completing B-707/-727 oral examinations and 4-hour simulator checkrides!
    The Pan Am AWARE store merchandise may be seen via the Pan Am Historical Foundation website http://panam.org/shop/aware-store. Order by mail or stop in and visit!

    • travelforaircraft permalink*
      2 September 2016 13:45

      Wonderful David. I think I may have seen some of your salt stains there! I’m glad you gave the link for that wonderful Pam Am merchandise store that is Pan Am AWARE. I’ll ensure the link is in the post when I get home to the desk top. Joe

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