Pan American Airways (1927 to 1991) See all the airlines that SFO Museum holds hands with. This airline is related to Pan American World Airways (the company) .

This map does not depict exactly where Pan American Airways is from but rather its approximate location. Think of it as being more "around here" than say another place in the world.

Tweets about Pan American Airways The @SFOMuseum Twitter account has posted 300 tweets about Pan American Airways. Here are 3 of them, chosen at random.

The Boeing 707 and 747, introduced by #PanAm in 1958 and 1970 respectively, each revolutionized the aviation industry. Check out the difference in sizes of these iconic planes. #avgeek #aviation This tweet was posted on March 01, 2018.
The Sikorsky S-40 was developed in response to requests from #PanAm president Juan T. Trippe for a high-capacity flying boat. With a cabin capable of carrying 38 passengers, it was nearly double the capacity of the airline’s next largest flying boat. #WingWednesday #AvGeek This tweet was posted on January 27, 2021.
#Onthisday in 1991, the last #PanAmerican World Airways flight took off. What is your favorite memory of Pan American? #avgeek #panam This tweet was posted on December 04, 2017.