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Pan Am
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Founded March 14, 1927 (as Pan American Airways)
Hubs
Focus cities
Frequent-flyer program WorldPass
Airport lounge Clipper Club
Fleet size 226
Destinations All six major continents
Company slogan “The System of the Flying Clippers” (1946-1953)
"World's Most Experienced Airline" (1953-early 1970s)
“Experience makes the difference”/"Pan Am makes the going great." (early 1970s)
“America's airline to the world” (late 1970s)
“You can't beat the experience” (1980s)
“Die Flügel Berlins” (1980s, only in Germany)
Parent company Pan Am Corporation
Headquarters New York City, New York
Miami, Florida
Key people Juan T. Trippe
(CEO 1927–1968)
Harold Gray
(CEO 1968–1969)
Najeeb Halaby
(CEO 1969–1971)
William T. Seawell
(CEO 1971–1981)
C. Edward Acker
(CEO 1981–1988)
Thomas G. Plaskett
(CEO 1988–1991)
Russell L. Ray, Jr.
(CEO 1991)

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