Pan Am was once the largest international airline in the US. In 1970 alone, it carried 11 million passengers to 86 countries worldwide. Pan Am is credited as the innovator of countless features of air travel, including cabin service, radio communications, onboard safety, air traffic control, and aviation weather forecasting. But after 60 years of flight, decades of financial turbulence, and a devastating terrorist attack above the skies of Lockerbie, Scotland, Pan Am went bust.
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The Rise And Fall Of Pan Am