CARRIERS: New Flights

To highly trained, matter-of-fact Pan American Airways crews, flights from such far-flung bases as Hong Kong, Lisbon and Barranquilla have become routine—no more glamorous than domestic airline operation from St. Louis or Camden, N. J.

But last week, as war in the Mediterranean sliced across the Orient route of British Overseas Airways, globe-girdling Pan Am announced the opening of two new frontiers, and the glamor of new runs was back in the business again.

>CAA announced granting Pan Am a new run across the Pacific: from San Francisco (via Los Angeles) 6,540 miles...

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