Welcome Back to NY in digital display outside of international arrivals hall JFK terminal T4. Despite the covid variants, more passengers are visiting the U.S. than the past 2 years.
PanAm will never stop
flying in some minds
New “Cradle” exhibit soars with innovation and excitement
On December 4, 1991 PanAm World Airways (PanAm) went out of business. It
sent shock waves throughout America as one of the oldest airlines just disappeared
from the skies. To honor the legacy of PanAm, on December 5 2021, the Pan Am
Museum Foundation hosted a public event to celebrate the unrivaled legacy that
they all helped to build by unveiling its newest exhibit: "The Pan Am Saga–from its
beginnings in 1927 to Its Slow Demise and Eventual Fall in 1991."
Myron"Rosie: Rosenstein, PanAm veteran and curator of PanAm social media, with former
PanAm flight attendants or Stewardesses, as they were called.
AIRPORT V 14 OICE, DECEMBER 2021
Ribbon cutting celebrating the opening of the Cradle of Aviation's newest exhibit: "The
Pan Am Saga" seeon on the wall visual chronology. (Right to left) Ed Trippe the youngest
son of Pan Am’s legendary founder Juan T. Trippe; Linda Freire, Chair of the Pan
Am Museum Foundation and former Pan Am Flight Attendant; John Luetich, Museum
Curator and former Pan Am Employee.