In today's age, we receive airplane tickets on-line and board our flights with our smart phones.
Has something been lost? A small paper memento to mark our travels? A simple souvenir of places we've been?
In March of 1946, Mr Alfredo Guillen flew Pan Am from San Jose, Costa Rica to San Salvador, on a DC-3. At 95 years old, Mr Guillen remembers, and his sons, Jorge & Fredy share his boarding pass with us. A moment in time, captured.
Where is Pan Am Museum?
Third Floor Wing
Cradle of Aviation Museum
Charles Lindbergh Blvd, Garden City, Long Island, NEW YORK 11530
Quick LIRR from NYC
Easy Taxi from LGA & JFK
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