Welcome to panamhistory.com. The intent of this site is to provide a comprehensive history
of all three airlines that have borne the name Pan Am.
The original Pan Am (Pan American World Airways) was founded in 1927 and played
a critical role in the establishment of civil air service around the world. It perished in 1991,
a victim of airline deregulation, the Lockerbie disaster, and its own bad management.
The second Pan Am was formed by Martin Shugrue
and lasted only from 1995-1998.
In 1998, the remains of that company were purchased by a railroad company in New England.
The airline currently operates a quality, discount air service to smaller airports around the country.
The Pan Am name and globe logo are a registered trademark of
Pan American Airways, Inc., a division of Guilford Transportation.
This site is for non-commercial, educational or entertainment purposes only. Varsity Internet Presence is not and makes no claim to
be an agent of Pan American Airways, Inc., Pan Am Corp. (Florida) or the estate of Pan American World Airways. As such we cannot provide any information about moneys owed by same, nor dispersal of assets.