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This is a list of destinations of Pan American World Airways before closure, or at closure (1991), served by mainline operations.[1]

Refer to Pan Am Express for a full list of regional destinations served between 1981 and 1991.

Contents

AmericasEdit

CaribbeanEdit

Antigua and Barbuda
Bahamas
Barbados
Bermuda
Cayman Islands (United Kingdom)
Dominican Republic
Guadeloupe (France)
Haiti
Jamaica
Martinique
Netherlands Antilles (Netherlands)
Puerto Rico
Sint Maarten
St. Kitts and Nevis
St. Lucia
Trinidad and Tobago
Turks and Caicos Islands (United Kingdom)
U.S. Virgin Islands (United States)

Central AmericaEdit

Costa Rica
El Salvador
Guatemala
Nicaragua
Panama
Honduras

North AmericaEdit

Mexico
United States

South AmericaEdit

Argentina
Bolivia
Brazil
Chile
Colombia
Ecuador
French Guiana
Guyana
Paraguay
Peru
Suriname
Uruguay
Venezuela

AsiaEdit

EuropeEdit

Destinations terminated before closureEdit

Africa

Central Africa

  • Cameroon - Douala
  • Gabon - Libreville
  • Zaire (now Democratic Republic of The Congo) - Kinshasa [3]

East Africa

  • Kenya - Nairobi [4]
  • Tanzania - Dar es Salaam [5]
  • Uganda - Entebbe/Kampala [5]

North Africa

  • Egypt - Cairo
  • Morocco - Casablanca, Rabat [5]

Southern Africa

  • South Africa - Johannesburg [5]

West Africa

  • Benin - Cotonou
  • Côte d'Ivoire - Abidjan [6]
  • Ghana - Accra [6]
  • Guinea - Conakry
  • Liberia - Monrovia [4][6]
  • Nigeria - Lagos [4][6]
  • Senegal - Dakar [4][6]
Americas

North America

Asia

East Asia

  • Bhutan-Thimphu, Paro

South Asia

  • Pakistan - Karachi [4][14][17]
  • Bangladesh -Dhaka
  • Nepal-Kathmandu
  • Maldives -Male
  • Sri Lanka -Candy,Colombo
  • Afghanistan -Kabul

Southeast Asia

West Asia

Europe

Eastern Europe

Northern Europe

  • Finland - Helsinki [8]
  • Denmark - Copenhagen
  • Norway - Bergen,[19] Oslo [8]
  • Sweden - Stockholm [8]

Southern Europe

  • Greece - Athens [8]
  • Italy - Milan,[8] Rome [8]
  • Portugal - Lisbon,[5] Santa Maria Island,[5] Terceira Island
  • Spain - Barcelona,[8] Madrid [8]
  • Turkey - Ankara,[8][17] Istanbul [8][17]
  • Yugoslavia (now Bosnia and Herzegovina) Sarajevo, (now Croatia) Dubrovnik, Zagreb, (now Serbia) Belgrade [8]
Oceania

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Route Map on October 27, 1991, Pan American World Airways
  2. ^ "Pan Am Will Resume Its Flights at Newark," The New York Times
  3. ^ Route Map on March 1, 1959, Pan American World Airways
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Route Map of February 11, 1986, Pan American World Airways
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Route Map of March 1, 1969, Pan American World Airways
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q Route Map of January 1980, Pan American World Airways
  7. ^ PAA System Timetable, 1-31 Jan. 1958. 13: flight 905 Seattle-Ketchikan-Juneau-Whitehorse.
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x Route Map of May 1991, Pan American World Airways
  9. ^ PAA System Timetable, 1-31 Jan. 1958. 22: flight 507 Houston to Panama City, PA: en route stop.
  10. ^ Pan American World Airways System Time Tables, 1 Nov. 1947. Table 15: flight 501 Mexico Clipper : Brownsville to Port of Spain: intermediate stop. (note: airport name listed in timetable as "L. Cer.")
  11. ^ Ketchikan reference
  12. ^ Pan American World Airways System Time Tables, 1 Nov. 1947. 18: flight 901 Seattle to Nome: en route flagstop.
  13. ^ Pan Am/National Schedules, 8 Jul. 1980. 31: flight 47: Pensacola -Mobile.
  14. ^ a b c d e f g Route Map from October 27, 1985, Pan American World Airways
  15. ^ Pan Am Schedules, 5 Sep. 1984. 79: flight 539: New York (JFK) -St. Louis -Kansas City.
  16. ^ Pan American Airways & Associated Carriers Time Tables - Passenger Information, 4 Apr. 1939. Table 1: Baltimore -Bermuda: en route stop.
  17. ^ a b c d e f 1962 route map
  18. ^ a b Route Map of October 25, 1979, Pan American World Airways
  19. ^ Official Airline Guide. International. ed. June 1973: T192: flight 76 New York (JFK) -Glasgow (PIK) -Bergen.

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