Pan Am History Items and Articles

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Late 1970s: an article about Pan Am's introduction of business class called "Clipper Class" (click to enlarge)
1971, Pan Am Employee Mary Goshgarian helps a customer in distress.  Mary now runs the "Aware" store in Miami.
1971 The story of a Pan Am hijacking to Havana, Cuba and picture of the crew.
1971 Employee Marina Barros comes to the aid of a Pan Am customer in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
1974 An article on how Pan Am was improving meal selection for economy class customers.
In the early 1970s the Helvetica font became very popular for its 'clean' look.  Pan Am experimented with changing its famed 'wind swept' logo for the more modern Helvetical look.  Several examples of the Helvetica project can be seen by clicking on the link to the right. 
1970s Late Intro of Clipper Class full Y
1971, March 15, Mary Goshgarian of the famed Pan Am Aware Store in Miami goes above and beyond the call of duty while working for Pan Am at the Miami Airport.
1971, June, Article on the Hijacking of a Pan Am flight to Havana.
This page contains charts, graphs, maps and articles from the 1970s related to the history of Pan Am.  Below on the left is a brief description of the content for each image on the right.  Click on the image to enlarge it.  When finished  reading or reviewing the image click the "close" button on the bottom right corner of the image.
1971, July 5 Marina Barros of Rio de Janeiro assists customers above and beyond the call of duty.
1974 April, meal changes for Pan Am Economy Class customers.