OVER pioneer aerial trade routes blazed by Lindbergh to the lands of the West Indies, Central and South America, high above the age-old routes of Columbus, Spanish conquistadores, swash-buckling pirateers, of clipper ships of another generation, great Flying Clipper Ships now speed along radio-guarded highways of the sky to thirty-three countries and colonies of the southern Americas. Linking the New World and the Old, they span the vast Pacific to Hawaii, the Philippines and China.
With a record unexcelled by any other form of transportation - for schedules maintained at 99.678% over eight years - more than 750,000 passengers have flown more than three hundred million miles - thiry million pounds of mail and cargo have been carried - on these routes that link the Americas, that span Alaska, the Pacific and far-off China, and cross the Atlantic to Bermuda.
Wherever you go "via Pan American," you travel in the finest equipment aviation science has produced. And, "via Pan American," you travel with the supreme assurance that your capable crew - and the 4,000 trained experts along the airways - are in constant attendance on the swift, sure flight of your airliner.
FOR INFORMATION OR RESERVATIONS CALL
AMERICAN EXPRESS TRAVEL SERVICE
609 WEST SEVENTH STREET
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
PRINTED IN U.S.A.
Routes of the Flying Clipper Ships
WORLD'S STANDARD FOR AIR TRANSPORTATION
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