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In 1969, Pan Am hired its first group of African American stewardesses, a major step in diversifying Pan Am and the airline industry at large.

Newsday.com work about the Pan Am Museum Foundation

Coverstory by Benny Kirk Kick the Hell Out of Modern Airlines – Flying on an airline nowadays is more like a chore than a luxury....

Pictured are John E. Tendick, LAD's flight service manager, front row kneeling, left, Irma Sumar and Sarajane Borrego;

What do James Bond, the Concorde, and the Pan Am Podcast have in common? Check out the article from Metro Airport News! Credit: Julia Lauria-Blum...

Pictured are John E. Tendick, LAD's flight service manager, front row kneeling, left, Irma Sumar and Sarajane Borrego;

The Legacy Endures: Unveiling The Timeline Exhibit

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Due to inclement weather the museum will be closed today. We look forward to seeing you again soon!

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