CAPTION: SPECIALLY TRAINED . . . for service on jets were Pan American World Airways flight attendants who pose with one of the five original Boeing 707s delivered to Pan Am in 1958. Powered by Pratt & Whitney JT3-C6 engines, the Pan Am 707 inaugurated regular scheduled jet service on Oct. 26, 1958—service that continued uninterrupted across the transatlantic to such destinations as Paris, London and Rome. Today’s Pan Am jetliners fly to some 93 U.S. and international destinations around the world.
Happy 50th Anniversary to ATW and Welcome 2014.