Pan Am TimeTable

Updated April 2016

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Coffee, Tea or He? This section is dedicated to the men of Pan Am.

Adventure Called


Neal A. Prince and the story of the amazing interior design of Pan Am’s InterContinental Hotels and a feature written by Anne Sweeney on Mr. Prince from the Clipper Employee Newsletter.

Send us your hotel stories, vignettes, memories and pictures!  We’d love to have them and would be happy to feature them on our website.


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  1. I was a Pan Am “Stu” as well, hired in class 14 in May of 1979. 7 weeks of training in Honolulu was the best 7 weeks of my life. I flew flat 103 and 104 very often, as a junior FA in Pan Am’s giant computerized scheduling system. I also flew on Clipper Maiden of the Seas. I have thought about those Flight Attendant’s so many times since that horrific tragedy. We never trained for that! However, we all knew that was a possibility. My friends at Pan Am mean so much to me even today, at 67 years old. God Bless all Pan Amber’s, and I pray ur friends from 103 are in eternal peace.

  2. Fabulous – this is great – AND WE WERE GREAT !!!
    Recently I stated to someone I barely knew, that my first job
    was with PanAm – his reaction in a most “excited manner” —
    a 50ish person – YOU WERE A PAN AM STU ?? I did not
    know how to react – I was so taken aback !!

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