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Pan American Airways - Fleet List and Airframe Histories - The Buses

A Pan Am Airbus A300 coming into land at KMIA.  Photo: A.A.S.  A Pan Am Airbus A300 coming into land at KMIA. Photo: A.A.S.
Airbus A300 - N210PA, Clipper Dallas - landing at KMAI, 1990.  Photo: A.A.S. Airbus A300 - N210PA, Clipper Dallas - landing at KMAI, 1990. Photo: A.A.S.
Airbus A310-324 - N818PA, Clipper Morning Star - at KMIA.  Photo: A.A.S. Airbus A310-324 - N818PA, Clipper Morning Star - at KMIA. Photo: A.A.S.
Airbus A310-324 - N814PA, Clipper Liberty Bell - at KMIA.  Photo: A.A.S. Airbus A310-324 - N814PA, Clipper Liberty Bell - at KMIA. Photo: A.A.S.
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Last Update: 24 Jun 2015

The following database is organized by the era in which the aircraft was operated, the aircraft type and the registration number. Although it generally follows the time line of Pan Am, it is not intended to be a chronological list of aircraft acquisitions.



Airbus Industrie A300

N202PA, Airbus Industrie A300 B4-203, Clipper America, notes: C/n 195, originally ordered by Libyan Arab Airlines, but not delivered. First flight on 16 September 1982, registered to Airbus Industrie as F-WZES. Leased to Pan Am on 21 December 1984, registered as N202PA, and called Clipper America. Returned off lease on 21 December 1991, to Airbus A300 Leasing, and placed in storage at Bremen, Germany. 10 19 May 1993, this A300 B4-203 was leased to Sempati Air Transport, registered as PK-JIC. It was returned off lease to Airbus on 4 March 1998, and registered as F-WHPX. This airframe was then placed in storage at Marana, Arizona, and reports indicate that by 2003, it was being parted out.


Airbus Industrie A310
 

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