Talk:A King in New York

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Credit

Thanks to vilero who posted these pictures in Imcdb comments. Sandie 16:13, 5 February 2011 (MST)

Thanks to Krais who posted the tail of the Douglas DC-6B.
LVCDC (talk) 08:10, 6 April 2018 (MDT)


An interesting Boeing 377 Stratocruiser of Pan American and a Vickers 701 Viscount of BEA. Sixcyl 03:35, 6 February 2011 (MST)

Pan Am or PAA

Hello Corkeyandpal... Good work on this hudge piece!..
I'm Ok with you to share the company in 2 eras:
Pan American Airways System (PAA)
Pan American Airways System (PAA, Pan Am, PAN AM)
This film, indeed, belongs to the second era, but in first livery PAA-Pan American World Airways.
Sixcyl 03:01, 22 November 2015 (MST)