The latest reincarnation of Pan American Airways will hold a rededication ceremony on November 12, 2010 and start flying cargo to Monterrey, Mexico from Brownsville, Texas, where Pan Am had its Latin American Headquarters in the 1930s, says the airline.
When I saw the news on NPR, I immediately thought: “Are you serious? Another Pan Am?” It’s the fifth airline to be called Pan Am! Other than the name and the place of birth, it hasn’t much in common with the original… nor the four others before. Continue reading “Pan Am V is coming”