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Pan Am Boeing 707 as featured in "Bullitt" (1968)

Pan Am Boeing 707 as featured in "Bullitt" Absolutely perfect photo (excellent photography )Of course, that aircraft, along with the were so regal and classy.

Pan American World Airways Boeing 727-21 N320PA "Jet Clipper Berlin" at Berlin-Tempelhof, circa 1966. (Image: Courtesy of Michael Idziak)

Pan American World Airways Boeing "Jet Clipper Berlin" at Berlin-Tempelhof, circa (Image: Courtesy of Michael Idziak)

Damals war`s! - Fotos - Historische Aufnahmen und FRA-Erinnerungen - FRA-Spotterforum

Damals war`s! - Fotos - Historische Aufnahmen und FRA-Erinnerungen - FRA-Spotterforum

Every stand at Terminal 5 is occupied by different sized aircraft from Delta and it's subsidiaries. From the Bombardier CRJ700, up to the Boeing 777-200LR, but sadly no Boeing 747-400.

Every stand at Terminal 5 is occupied by different sized aircraft from Delta and it's subsidiaries. From the Bombardier up to the Boeing but sadly no Boeing - Photo taken at Los Angeles - International (LAX / KLAX) in California, USA on October

Pan American World Airways Douglas DC-7B "Clipper Evening Star" shelters under the vast roof of the Pan Am Worldport at Terminal 3 of what was then Idlewild Airport and now known as JFK (ca. 1961).

Pan American World Airways Douglas "Clipper Evening Star" shelters under the vast roof of the Worldport, Terminal 3 of what was then Idlewild Airport and now known as JFK Airport, circa

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Pan American World Airways Boeing "Jet Clipper Emerald Isle" is shaded by the vast overhang of the WorldPort at New York-JFK, February (Photo: Kjell Nilsson)

Der Worldport im Einweihungsjahr 1960: Sein ovales, scheinbar freischwebendes...

“Jet Clipper Flying Eagle at the Pan Am WorldPort. This 707 flew for Pan Am from 1959 to

Pan Am Worldport - Looks like one DC-8 and the rest 707s. Many years after PanAm was gone I had the privilege of flying into this very same terminal. I have many memories of riding to Europe and Asia with my dad who flew for PanAm back when male passengers wore suits and ladies wore dresses and heels!

Pan Am's terminal at Idlewild (JFK). A nice collection of & and some NY smog too!

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