The only remaining division of the original Pan Am still operating today

Since its bankruptcy in 1991, the iconic American carrier has been missed by many. But there is one last remaining division that survived and is still operating to this day, as Key.Aero details

For many, the name Pan Am conjures up images of the golden age of air travel, when instead of being packed into a metal tube like sardines, travellers were afforded the luxury of space and exquisite food. 

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