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Pan Am
Pan Am Logo 2
Established 3rd May 2009
Hubs Fronceircia King James International
Headquarters Fronceircia, Fronceirno
Employees 260,076
Fleet size 3355 (470 Orders)
Destinations 28,728
Loyalty system Ambassadors Club
Flight code PA
CEO Sir Marcus de Foal
Slogan "Embassy in the Sky"
Quality of Service AAA

Pan Ambassadorial World Airways commonly known as Pan Am is the second international flag carrier of Fronceirno. The Airline was founded in 2009 by the Pan Ambassadorial World Airways Act of the Fronceirnon Parliament. The Pan Ambassadorial World Airways Disposal Act passed on May 4th 2009 sold the airline to the King for the nominal sum of £1. Pan Am is the 'second force' in fronceirnon aviation designed to keep service high while providing some limited competition. Pan Am and sister international flag carrier RFOAC are the only only international Fronceirnon airlines and in effect hold a duopoly. This is due to the fact that the Royal Fronceirnon Civil Aviation Authority (RFCAA) has a policy of refusing to grant routes to private airlines.


Units operated by Pan Am:

  • Airbus A380-800: 300
  • Airbus A350: 120 (On Order)
  • Airbus A320: 100
  • Airbus A330-300: 140
  • Airbus A330-200: 180
  • Airbus A321: 120
  • Airbus A340-600: 100
  • Boeing 707-320I: 50
  • Boeing 737-500: 80
  • Boeing 737-800: 240 (100 On Order)
  • Boeing 737-900ER: 700
  • Boeing 747-400: 550
  • Boeing 747-400ER: 220
  • Boeing 727-100: 85
  • Boeing 727-200: 50
  • Boeing 787-900: 100 (On Order)
  • Boeing 747-800: 150 (On Order)
  • Concorde: 100
  • Douglas DC-10-10: 40
  • Douglas DC-10-30: 50
  • De Haviland Comet 4: 10
  • Lockheed L-1011-200: 80
  • Lockheed L-1011-500: 80

Apart from having a smaller fleet of Lockheeds and Comets RFOAC and Pan Am are fairly evenly matched. Both offer a Tearooms in the Sky themes on their Comets. Pan Am however offers only Business Class on its Concordes where as RFOAC offers Business and First on seperate Concordes. The 727s will be phased out and replaced by 737-800s.

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Boeing 747 named 'Clipper Beech' named after the late Lord Beech in Fronceircia, 21st May 2009