Hiroshi Yagyu, a Japanese television actor, makes you briefly relive the lavish service Pan Am offered aboard its China Clipper seaplane in the 1930s, on to a more modern-age First and Clipper Class. Continue reading “Pan Am – Tradition”
Pan American World Airways was known for its Clipper Class, which was more or less the 1980s equivalent of Business Class. This commercial beautifully advertises this “Club” as something very exclusive with free drinks, elegant dining, spacious surroundings and free lodging. Continue reading “Pan Am – Club”
Every month, an airline printed advertisement, minus airline name and logo, is displayed for your guessing pleasure on Guess The Airline. The following is the answer to a previous game.
This is one of those games where the clues were particularly important. Once again, this was an advertisement published in the airline’s timetable and on two places, it was mentioned that the airline had gone out of business since then. Ready? Scroll down!