Period drama about the pilots and flight attendants who once made Pan Am the most glamorous way to fly.
Welcome To The Jet Age!
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Did You Know?
New York footage shows the Pan Am Worldport, a unique circular terminal with a "flying saucer" roof to cover the planes as they arrived at the terminal. It was constructed in 1960. In 2013, a year after production ended, the terminal was destroyed. It was in use by Pan Am and later Delta for exactly 53 years to the day. See more
The Pan Am logo that is used in the intro is the wrong one for the time period of the show. Up until 1971 the letters in "Pan Am" did not touch each other. In 1971 they changed to a globe with no letters in it (The words "Pan Am" were next to it). In 1973 they went back to the original globe logo with Pan Am in it, but with the letters touching. See more