Pan Am flights from New York to Europe in 1939?
Does anyone know more of the Pan Am flights from New York to Europe? What I've found out so far: They were taken up in June 1939, and after the outbreak of WW2, only one flight was kept: New York - Bermuda - Azores - Lisbon. I have a .pdf of a Pan Am timetable for June-August 1941, which still lists that flight.
I would like to know more about it. Did this connection exist throughout WW2? What did the aircrafts look like? And the airports? Do you think passenger lists still exist, and do you think I would be given access to them? Someone told me that there were lists at the Richter Library in Miami, Fl.
I'm really unsure where to find more information about this as Pan Am doesn't exist any more. Maybe you know something.
- Anonymous9 years agoFavorite Answer
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