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Boeing 737-200 (N383PA) - 1981
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Boeing 737-200 (N383PA)




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Julius Thompson
This aircraft is actually a B737-200.
Actually this plan is older version of Boeing 737
serge LOTH
Good old PANAM ... good to see the livery!!!!!
B737 - 200
Samuel Bixler
B732 is the correct type designator
John Hoag
Berlin Corridor?
John Shearer
As a REAL* pilot I rode jumpseat on one from Frankfurt into Berlin back in the day. Believe that's the only run PanAm used the 73's on.
*ALPA designation for striking EAL pilots.
Rob Lamb
Great old airline, I miss it. Miami to Recife. Miami to Rio. Miami to Sao Paulo. Miami to Buenos Aires. Santiago to LAX. Lima to SFO. Numerous times.

Always a pleasant trip. Pan Am was a truly great airline.
B-737-2A9C, (737-200) c/n 20205, l/n 242 First Flight 3-Mar-1970

"Clipper Steglitz"

I really miss PA! Flew them from London to Guam.
Greg Horsburgh
Anyone else joined the PanAm "1st Moon Flights Club"?
Jaime Terrassa
flew on them numerous times had great flights service was great. was sorry to see them go
Doug Zalud
It's a Pan Am 737. How rare is that? Love it.
Amir Begloei
Thank for this amazing Pan Am B737-200. The 60’s produced the most beautiful birds the world has even seen. I wish Pan Am was still around :(
Amir Begloei
It’s amazing I just read an article that says there are still nineteen 737-200s in domestic service in Canada, 56 years after they first came to service
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