Dean is tapped to fly the first-ever commercial flight to Moscow, but the day of departure, a blowhard veteran pilot, Broyles, takes the controls and makes Dean co-pilot. While in Russia, Kate tries to pull off an important mission, but when Laura and another Pan Am stewardess are mistaken for spies, Kate tries to expedite their release with the help of an unlikely ally. Back at home, Congressman Rawlings and his staff work to track down whoever anonymously wrote the negative new story about him, and Maggie agrees to be his date at a fund-raiser. Can she keep her temper dealing with so many conservative political supporters and retain her cover as the article's author? Ted's relationship with Amanda gets serious, but Maggie learns something about her that may hinder this whirlwind romance. Written by
Did You Know?
This episode takes place in November 1963. See more
While en route to Moscow, the B707 is shown in flight, at night. The right wingtip navigation light is shown to be red, while the left is shown to be green, This is reversed from the regulatory requirements of red on the left, green on the right. See more
As comrade Stalin famously said, "gaiety is most outstanding feature of Soviet Union."
Pan Am End Theme
Written by Blake Neely See more